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Articles for October 2012

Morality or growth managing shades of grey across cultures

Could it be that 'corruption' is in the eye of the beholder?
Unblocking the arteries of innovation

Just when we need it most, innovation is suffering a market failure of world-endangering proportions
Devil in the detail

'Big data' is hyped as management's next frontier. But experience with small data suggests the claims should be treated with caution
George Osborne's shares-for-rights scheme doesn't add up

This idea is absurd. Greater protection improves performance, and UK workers already have relatively poor protection
Size matters

The cult of size has outlived its usefulness. Is the tide at last beginning to turn?