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Keiko Honda, CEO MIGA: Crucial Role for Investment Guarantees

The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), part

World Exchanges Agree Enhanced Sustainability Guidance

Guidance is culmination of year-long project by

Otaviano Canuto, IMF: Trade Opening Could Be a Source of Growth for Brazil

International trade has undergone a radical transformation

Jean-Claude Trichet: Getting Bank Culture Right

Banks and banking rely on trust. But

Jonathan May-Bowles: UK Uncut and Its Impact

Veteran protester, sometime anarchist, stand-up comedian, and

Robert J Shiller: Mastering Data

One of the elite Sterling professors at Yale University, he predicted both the dot-com bubble and the collapse of the

BRIC-à-Brac: Requiem for a Wishful Thought

In the end, it may have been nothing more than a flash in the pan. Unable to fulfil the promise

Grand Old Party: Wacky Is the New Normal

In contemporary US politics, reality is whatever the eye of the beholder wishes to ignore. Though the art and science

Ross Jackson: Eurozone – The End Game

It has become clear to most EU citizens, but not yet to the EU leaders, that neoliberal economics has been

IREIS Conference: UAE Property Market in Phase of Optimistic Consolidation

The conference at the annual IREIS (International Real Estate & Investment Show) at the ADNEC centre in Abu Dhabi is

IFC: Corporate Governance Gains Prominence with the Forthcoming ASEAN Economic Community

One of the much-anticipated events in Asia this year is the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community which will allow

Adam Smith: The Original Economic Thinker

The year 1776 marked the dawn of modern capitalism: nothing to do with a few rebellious colonies unleashing a revolutionary

Book Review: Squeezing Cash Out of Milliseconds

Time is money. To high-frequency traders, it means big money. HFTs make cash by being milliseconds faster than the other

Joseph E Stiglitz: Fed Up with the Fed

At the end of every August, central bankers and financiers from around the world meet in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for

Brazil & Argentina: Only One Getting Real

Brazil is just one step removed from facing its reality. With nearly all macroeconomic indicators pointing in the less desirable

Energy Case Study: Peru

Peru is the third largest country in South America with a land area five times that of the UK. Peru

European Court of Justice: Looking for the Digital Utopia

In a textbook case of be-careful-what-you-wish-for, frustrated lobbyists plying their trade in Brussels on behalf of Google, Microsoft, and other