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At least 6bn people around the world live in corrupt countries, according to Transparency International’s (TI) latest ranking of perceptions of corruption in the public sector. Based on surveys with analysts and business folk, TI found 69% of countries scored less than 50 (100 being “very clean”) in its index for 2017. The post Corruption […]
PROFESSIONAL investors are often portrayed in popular culture as aggressive, hyper-competitive alpha males: think Gordon Gekko in the 1987 film “Wall Street”, or the “Big Swinging Dicks” in Michael Lewis’s “Liar’s Poker”. The post Are alpha males worse investors? appeared first on Adam Smith Blog.
THE WINTER Olympics have always been dwarfed by their older summer counterparts. This year’s games, which opened in Pyeongchang on February 9th, are no exception. The post Winter races are less popular than summer ones, but more exciting appeared first on Adam Smith Blog.
Corey A. DeAngelis and Ben DeGrow This month’s U.S. Supreme Court hearing of Illinois state employee Mark Janus’s case — questioning the constitutionality of mandatory teachers union dues — could very well lead to a healthier relationship between labor unions and government workers. And what’s more, a growing body of research suggests many states could […]
Emma Ashford By late 2017, about the only thing lower than President Donald Trump’s approval rating was the likelihood of a near-term Saudi-Iranian rapprochement in the Middle East. Five years of constant low-level regional proxy conflicts between the states during the Arab Spring and its aftermath have increased the long-standing animosity and security fears of […]
Ryan Bourne Suppose the government redistributed to every adult Briton a basic, unconditional income of £10,000 from tax revenues. Would aggregate employment levels a) rise, b) fall, or c) stay the same? This is the blue-sky policy question that former Labour leader Ed Miliband has been toying with. He’s not alone. Ideologically-diverse bedfellows from the […]