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Articles for March 2007

Why Gordon's 'greater choice' is a MAD idea

Game theory in economics is remaking humanity in its own stunted image.
The snares and delusions of pseudoscience

Problems of research methodology and corrupt data bedevil much management literature, turning it into reassuring parables rather than reliable guidance based on empirical evidence.
India's poor can join the call-centre revolution

Although the glancing relationship - and glaring contrast - between the rich and poor Indias has struck onlookers for decades, the rise to world prominence of the country's IT industry has given it new poignancy.
Raiders make it impossible for companies to act

THE COMPANY is a remarkable invention - in its public, limited-liability form, it is capitalism's most influential social and economic innovation, a crucial component of the modern economy. The organisational revolution triggered by the joint stock compan