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Facing new risks in financial risk regulation

Facing new risks in financial risk regulation

When I took over responsibility for banking supervision in the United Kingdom, in 1995, a wise old bird in the Bank of England (BoE) warned me that I would find it a thankless task....

Howard Davies | December 11, 2018, Tuesday


G20 summit’s misleading lesson for future of jobs

G20 summit’s misleading lesson for future of jobs

Since 2008, it’s hard to remember any concrete, material and implementable solutions for the world’s worst problems as a result of the meeting of some of the world’s most powerful leaders that is the G20...

Arturo Bris | December 11, 2018, Tuesday


Success of family businesses in a fractured world debunks the myth of short-termism

Success of family businesses in a fractured world debunks the myth of short-termism

For many years, there has been a perceived clash of values in business practice, between the quest for an ethical and sustainable business model, against the more conventional emphasis upon maximizing...

Denise H. Kenyon-Rouvinez | December 11, 2018, Tuesday


Emboldening our teachers to rein in unruly students

Emboldening our teachers to rein in unruly students

“You’re here to serve me. Without my parents’ money, you would have no living to make!...

Cao Xinyu | December 11, 2018, Tuesday


To save the climate, think about your diet

To save the climate, think about your diet

When we think about winning the fight against climate change, most people concentrate on reducing greenhouse-gas emissions from cars, trucks and other machines powered by fossil fuels....

Riccardo Valentini | December 10, 2018, Monday


Why human chess survives rise of the machines

Why human chess survives rise of the machines

With so much angst about artificial intelligence and the future of work, the recent world chess championship in London offers some hope....

Kenneth Rogoff | December 10, 2018, Monday


It’s not the economy, stupid: Look past GDP

It’s not the economy, stupid: Look past GDP

Just under 10 years ago, the International Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress issued its report, “Mismeasuring Our Lives: Why GDP Doesn’t Add Up....

Joseph E. Stiglitz | December 7, 2018, Friday


Digital disruption is neither a panacea nor a curse

Digital disruption is neither a panacea nor a curse

Technology is often oversold as either a panacea for the world’s problems or an unshakeable curse inflicting disruption and displacement on the most vulnerable....

Mark Suzman | December 7, 2018, Friday


The Chinese AI innovation gap

The Chinese AI innovation gap

Leading economies in the world understand the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in generating economic growth....

Michael R. Wade and Amanda Bris | December 7, 2018, Friday


Positive neighborhoods breed positive kids: study

Positive neighborhoods breed positive kids: study

A study by researchers at the University of Michigan, Pennsylvania State University and California State University-Northridge suggests a complex correlation between neighborhood social dynamics and a...

December 7, 2018, Friday




 

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