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An appetite for change, political willpower and healthy debate. What’s missing?

Landmines kill and maim. They also strangle economic growth in countries devastated by conflicts.

By Elias Papaioannou

Michael G Jacobides slices and dices data from the world of banking to reveal where and when innovation yields results

By Michael Jacobides

This research shows the 10 manufacturing industries with the most, and least, redeployable assets. Stormy weather results in economic gloom

By Howard Kung

Is forecasting folly? Lucrezia Reichlin weighs up the arguments

By Lucrezia Reichlin

Nigel Nicholson explores what really goes on during political campaigns – and what business leaders can learn from the process

By Nigel Nicholson

Rating agencies stand accused of not being tough enough when assessing companies’ debts. But what if the truth is more nuanced?

By Henri Servaes

Interview with Dr Anwar Gargash, the UAE’s Minister of Foreign Affairs on its oil wealth and increasingly influential role in the world.

By Andrew Scott

Who needs experts? Richard Portes comes to the defence of an embattled breed

By Richard Portes

Borders block creativity. What can businesses operating in the UK do to remain at the forefront of innovation?

By Michaël Bikard