A recent CSFI survey asked London market participants for their views on London's competitiveness. It shows that the City still has much going for it, but it suffers from a lack of leadership.
Ben Mander enjoys the new book by a former governor of the Bank of Canada
Joseph Stiglitz’s capacity to shock is not in doubt. But his view of globalisation is too narrow, and he is wide of the mark on the discontent, suggests Graham Bannock.
While Michael Mussa honestly recognises Fund failings, Benedict Mander finds his suggested tweaks for the system disappointingly conservative.
Economic growth is a preoccupation of rich and poor, slow and fast growing countries alike. Graham Bannock reviews three attempts to unravel the mystery.