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We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

In our last post analysing innovation impact on society (The Disrupted Society) we talked about the new creativity that arises with diverted use of newly developed technologies. 300 more words

Creativity

Add Dress

In her recent memoir The Woman I Wanted To Be, Diane Von Furstenberg recounts the time in 1978 when she was on a flight from New York to Cleveland for a personal appearance to promote her iconic wrap dress. 515 more words

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European economy guide: Taking Europe’s pulse

Our interactive overview of European GDP, debt and jobs

Europe’s economies

CurrencyEconomyGDP per personUnemploymentYouth unemploymentDebtPublic debtBudget balancePrimary balanceGrowthLatest GDP change2015 GDP forecast2016 GDP forecast

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Free exchange: No country for young people

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Demography may explain secular stagnation

IN THE late 1930s economists trying to explain how a depression could drag on for nearly a decade wondered if the problem was a shortage of people. 134 more words

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"Secular stagnation" in graphics: Doom and gloom

“SECULAR stagnation” is not a new idea. It was first popularised by Alvin Hansen, an economist and disciple of John Maynard Keynes, in the stagnant 1930s. 202 more words

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Russia: A wounded economy

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It is closer to crisis than the West or Vladimir Putin realise … 159 more words

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Band Aid: Stop the stereotypes

I don’t need to explain why Band Aid 30 can have a detrimental affect on the wider communities of Sub-Sarahan Africa, it’s been done so eloquently by… 418 more words

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