Archive for September 2011
Advice from IBM on how to foster innovative thinking. Employees are given time on Friday to just think, away from the office cubicle.
“The responsibility of intellectuals, redux,” The Boston Review, by Noam Chomsky “The Fed’s dual mandate responsibilities and challenges of monetary policy,” Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, by Charles Evans “Obama’s economic trifecta: how the President helped kill progressivism, capitalism and moderation,” Forbes, by Joel Kotkin “Special report: the future of jobs,” The Economist “Gore’s dire […]
New Yorkers demonstrated true bravery and heroism in response to 9/11. The same cannot be said for America’s political leaders. Read my spiked article in full here.
“Day’s end: The 9/11 decade is over. The terrorists lost. But who won?” New York, by Frank Rich “Amid the memorials, ambiguity and ambivalence,” The New York Times, by Edward Rothstein [on 9/11 commemorations] “Capitalism – what comes next?” Thought Economics [Edmund Phelps interviewed by Vikas Shah] “Struggling with a great contraction,” The Financial Times, […]
City Hall’s overreaction to Irene suggests New York City is losing its reputation for toughness and swagger. Read my spiked article in full here.
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