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The dangers of regulation without impact assessment

Regulation involves trade-offs but regulators must understand the effects their activities will have before creating laws... Dr Robert Kosowski | 26 March 2018

UK house prices won’t fall until transport is improved

Professor David Miles, formerly of the Bank of England, outlines the four key factors that will keep house prices high... Professor David Miles | 31 January 2018

Forget Bitcoin: blockchain could mean universal access to cash

Bitcoin is going through the roof as everyone hopes to make a quick buck, but if you really want to find financing through cryptocurrencies, try taking a look under the... Dr Katrin Tinn | 14 December 2017

The rise of the intangible economy: how capitalism without capital is fostering inequality

As companies have come to invest more in intangible assets than tangible ones, it’s had a big effect on business models and social division... Prof Jonathan Haskel | 5 December 2017

Climate change is the new big risk for business

Soon companies will have to make sense of how climate change will impact upon their businesses. How ready is yours?... Dr Charles Donovan | 30 October 2017

How crowdfunding became a credible way to sound out your market

No longer just for bands looking to tour, or for startups lacking access to financing, crowdfunding has become a way to sound out the market for innovative businesses... Dr Katrin Tinn, Prof Gilles Chemla 30 October 2017

From C to D: Bitcoin and the Soviets

100 years after the advent of central planning in Russia, another revolution is unfolding with the potential to decentralize economic and social... Dr Emiliano Pagnotta | 30 October 2017

Blockchain will kill the traditional firm

Blockchain is not like previous technologies: it could entirely change what constitutes 'a business'.... Dr Catherine Mulligan | 16 October 2017

Boom and gloom: what hotels can teach investors

Dr Renáta Kosová explains how decisions made about where and when to open hotels reflect the wider tendency of investors to follow the herd.... Dr Renáta Kosová | 13 July 2017

Blockchain: a global supercomputer that only answers to code?

Dr. Andrei Kirilenko, Director of the Centre for Global Finance and Technology, highlights how object-oriented programming bypasses distrust.... Dr Andrei Kirilenko | 6 June 2017