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by Helen Thomas | Apr 20, 2009Read Publication By Helen Thomas, Peter Brown Executive compensation has stormed onto the political stage and into the consciousness of voters. Taxpayer anger is growing at the payment of bonuses to bailed-out bankers, and there is confusion over bonuses paid for the...
by Helen Thomas | Apr 8, 2009Read Publication This report brings together five essays from leading economists on their visions for reformed inflation targetting. The authors encompass a wide range of views: from simple amendments to the current framework, to the complete abolition of Central...
by Helen Thomas | Feb 6, 2009Read Publication By Helen Thomas & Miles Saltiel We face a credit crisis, not the demise of capitalism. Governments will intervene because they have to, but they have a choice about what form that intervention will take. To choose the right policy, they must be...
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