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The whole archive has been transferred to the new site – more than 500 articles going back 20 years and more. We hope to classify the archive by subject in due course and from time-to-time will be making reading lists or collections around particular topics. In the meanwhile, please use the search box (which appears at the top of every page) which, we hope, will lead you to anything you’re looking for.
As ever, thank you for your loyalty, most of you over many years. Don’t hesitate to let me know any issues – and suggestions will be welcome.
The ‘beer game’ meets Covid-19: why the world’s supply chains are more stretched than they have been for many years
The consequences of Brexit are finally becoming apparent. Sadly, worthy though the ambition is, transformation of the UK into a high-wage, high-skills economy is unlikely to be one of them
The present labour shortages have disturbingly deep roots. Don’t expect easy solutions
The ‘pension fund socialism’ predicted by Peter Drucker 50 years ago never happened. But more modest proposals for ‘citizen capital’ now doing the rounds look promising – if anyone dares to do it
Surprisingly, it’s off the pitch that the young English side handed out the sharpest lessons
Like every government, this one says it wants to do regulation better. But as a new report shows, it has no more idea how to do it than its predecessors
After Cummings’ parliamentary testimony, we already have a good idea what the national Covid enquiry should say
Two cheers for Biden’s economic choices – but the hardest part is still to come
Now more than ever is the time for management to live up to the aspirations of its founding father