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A funding update

At the beginning of this year I mooted the possibility of an appeal for funding on this blog because at that time it was not apparent how the income that I had enjoyed from City, University of London to October 2019 might be replaced. I have this morning published an update on my funding for […]

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Not all Keynesian spending is equal

The Guardian has an editorial this morning on Keynes and Keynesianism. In it they argue that: In 1976 it was a British Labour prime minister, James Callaghan, who pronounced Keynesianism dead. As they then note: Monetarism, the economic theory that took over, has failed. They then argue, reflecting a theme that I raised last week, […]

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WE need an IFRS for ESG

The FT has an interview today with Michael  Jantzi, who is the CEO of Sustainalytics, who advise on ESG date issued by large companies. Much if the interview is rather routine corporate puff for the company Jantzi heads, but this was interesting: Some have criticised a lack of consistency in ESG scores between various providers. […]