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Economist Debates: Globalisation

Economist Debates: Globalisation | Week 5 and Week 7 | Scoop.it
Is globalisation in trouble?
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A debate about the role of the state in an increasingly globalised world.

 

Do national champions still exist and what forms of state support companies might enjoy when direct national champions policies contravene international norms?

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Picking winners, saving losers

Picking winners, saving losers | Week 5 and Week 7 | Scoop.it
AS THE financial crisis hit in late 2008, Meccano, a French maker of construction toys, watched its pre-Christmas sales slip. Its banks got jittery and things looked...
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To privatise or not to privatise

To privatise or not to privatise | Week 5 and Week 7 | Scoop.it
IN THE 1990s privatisation in Russia was meant to be a way to wipe clean the vestiges of the Soviet economy and to create a new class of property owners. It had some...
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Is Energy in the UK “uninvestable”? Time for Government to get a grip.

The relationship between energy and power from the Financial Times
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Privatisation is being pushed off rails by voters. So why is Stormont ... - Belfast Telegraph

Privatisation is being pushed off rails by voters. So why is Stormont ...
Belfast Telegraph
Last Sunday, 83% of voters in a referendum in Berlin backed a move to take the power companies serving the city back into public ownership.
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Why is the Royal Mail being privatised?

Why is the Royal Mail being privatised? | Week 5 and Week 7 | Scoop.it
ON October 11th the British government will sell around 60% of its stake in the Royal Mail, the state-owned postal service, via a flotation on the London Stock...
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