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And why meaningful corporate-specific targets are needed if social impact objectives are to be achieved.
From China’s economic miracle to Friedman, GDPR and the yellowhammer’s song
Who is right? Twitter or Milton Friedman?
Most of us would sacrifice some money for our beliefs. So should the companies we own
The collapse of a few small funds in February helped fuel a terrifying stock-market slide. Why?
It took the banking crisis of 2008 to expose the flaws of shareholder value
How do you sift through 794 economic blog posts in a single morning? Giles Wilkes ascends the landslide
Recent scandals do not signify a wider malaise in the corporate world, writes Deirdre McCloskey
Fund’s officials suggest that policies may have led to increased inequality
Proponents aim to persuade people to endorse a plan they would reject if it were explained simply
If you had described your iPhone in 1976, Friedman would not have understood you
No simple solutions for the global economic imbalances of today exist, only palliatives
British economist at Princeton University is a pioneer of study on consumption decisions
The company has damaged its industry and other large corporations
An idea whose time has long since come