European Jobs in 2040: Thinking ahead in the Netherlands

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By George M M Gelauff, Bas ter Weel and Albert van der Horst How will we earn our money in 2040? This article develops four...

The UK Bribery Act and Beyond – Preparing for Change

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By Michael W. Johnson This article will detail the most important elements of the law, highlighting the restrictions that are broader than previous anti-corruption laws,...

Islamic Finance: Is the Time Ripe for a Private Sector Trade Association?

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By Robert B Gray The growing significance of Islamic finance has brought into sharp focus the similarities and the potential for convergence with respect...

Luxury consumer behaviour in Mainland China: What exists behind the facade of new wealth?

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By Pierre Xiao LU China recently became the world’s second largest market for luxury goods with an annual increase of more than 30% in 2010,...

Selling to the Poor

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By Aneel Karnani The poor, of course, have many unmet needs. It would be wonderful if business could satisfy all (or even most of) these...

Entrepreneurship in China

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By Yasheng Huang By most accounts, China is one of the most entrepreneurial countries on earth. According to the widely cited Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM),...

China in Africa: Think again

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By Deborah Bräutigam You think you know what China is doing in Africa. You’ve seen the headlines: the Chinese arrived in Africa a few years...

Beyond Rising Sea Levels: Using the Insurance Asset to Manage Risk and Maximize...

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By Lindene Patton The green paradigm shift: Climate change is causing much more than just rising sea levels. Climate change is changing the way we power...

Tax Havens, the Crisis of 2007 and Financial Regulations

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By Ronen Palan Tax havens have existed since early twentieth century, and are used primarily, but not exclusively, for tax evasion and avoidance. Tax havens...

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