The last week or so has seen complete mayhem in the Royal Bank of Scotland and its subsidiaries. A computer
Thomas Schelling is a brilliant American polymath, who deservedly won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2005. One of his
The corporate world exhibits a wide variety of structures. Co-operatives and partnerships have been around for a long time and
The British and American recoveries do seem to be stalling. The recovery profile is by no means as strong as
The world economy as a whole is roaring away. The 5 per cent real GDP growth on 2010 is almost
Keynes is in many people’s minds at the moment, as uncertainty about the course of the economic recovery is high.
I am currently in the Scottish Highlands for ten days or so, and my outings on the hills have made