- @thechurchmouse @MASieghart @SMFthinktank @unibirmingham @KarenRowlingson who co-wrote it may be able to help with the specific survey qu 22 hours ago
- @thechurchmouse @MASieghart @SMFthinktank it's from an ipsos mori survey for the @unibirmingham wealth commission birmingham.ac.uk/research/impac… 22 hours ago
- RT @CentreforCities: Migrants set up one in seven UK companies on.ft.com/NwkoGZ (£) And they tend to set up shop in #cities http://t.… 4 days ago
- Suggests either OBR model wrong or we have an even bigger productivity problem than we thought... 4 days ago
- Feel like boom time yet? @FT replication of OBR model - we're already above sustainable level on at least 1 measure.. on.ft.com/1lEqSln 4 days ago
- Fun economics websites
- My lip balm is eating my lips!
- Why are the French miserable?
- Sarah Ferguson: Can you trust people who used to be rich?
- Tell me lies, tell me Pareto white lies
- The shocking truth about left-handers
- Boy snobs
- Bigoted? No, just overconfident and bad at statistics
- Tall and handsome
- Hey, big risk taker
Monthly Archives: March 2011
It must be pretty important to pick a good name for your business, judging by the mushrooming of brand consultants, no doubt to feed the eager demand of companies who have worked out that sometimes it’s more profitable to spend … Continue reading
As has been well-documented and discussed over recent years, girls are doing better at school than boys in the UK (although it hasn’t quite translated to the workplace yet). Various reasons have been put forward – including the fact that there … Continue reading
In the 16th century, Niccolo Machiavelli wrote a book for a prince on how to use cunning to obtain and hold on to power. In sharp contrast to most books written at the time on princely governance, morality took second … Continue reading