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Quality of mind

I have been thinking a lot about the state of the economy and society; the confluence of economic, political and geo-political. In looking at, reading, and listening – it seems that much of the talk and commentary is about the … Continue reading

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Resetting of values

Like most of us, it has been hard to escape the news of corporate chicanery. Whether its the banks fixing rates, miss-selling products to SME’s, or pharma selling products without appropriate authorisation; it’s hard to escape the overwhelming feeling that … Continue reading

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We are all responsible

We are all responsible for the economic situation and state of capitalism. We cannot divorce our view of capitalism, the banks, the euro, and executive pay – without making a link to the measures of success we place emphasis on … Continue reading

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Who will fix it?

There is much agreement by many economists, observers, and thinkers that the British economy needs a fundamental reshaping. With a private debt to GDP ratio of 950%, a financial sector debt ratio of 600%, and a difference of €31,000 per … Continue reading

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