Economic growth and resilience

BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

Can GM crops help to improve food security in India?

Can GM crops help to improve food security in India?

Food security ranks among the most pressing and inertial problems in India. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, India’s malnutrition rate has hovered around 20% over the past decade…

BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

Revitalising Banking Culture

Revitalising Banking Culture

Promotion of an ethical culture in banking, ethical-performance transparency for shareholder oversight, and changed hiring policies should be among the actions taken to prevent more failures. In my last blog, I highlighted some of the continuing issues with banking culture, today I suggest policies which would address the problems. Banking […]

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BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

The Problem with Banking Culture

The Problem with Banking Culture

We all know that it’s an issue, but promises of new “codes of conduct” in investment banking and capital markets will not automatically lead to better behaviour.

by × 01 April 2013 ×

BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

The third phase of the Euro crisis

At the Spring European Council on 14/15 March 2013 the perennial issue of economic growth and jobs once again took centre stage. The President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, stated on Twitter that “Things are better than one year ago, but growth still worrying and unemployment unacceptable.”

by × 25 March 2013 ×

BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

The Magic Wand?

The Magic Wand?

Will public and private sectors ever understand each other? I’ve just experienced an interesting week of classes in the Organisation & Practice module of the MPP – focusing on the relationship between public and private sectors. There was very good discussion about how the public sector has learnt from the […]

by × 17 February 2013 ×

BSG Faculty, Economic growth and resilience

Aligning national incentives to a global solution: a US energy surplus dividend

Aligning national incentives to a global solution: a US energy surplus dividend

  “Global problems require global solutions.” This truism is a favorite of politicians attending global summits and IR scholars alike. On one level it is of course correct. We will not solve a problem like climate change unless all major emitters agree to reduce emissions. But the phrase glosses over […]