2018 Media Coverage
Members of the department are regularly featured in the media, below is a selection of coverage for 2018:
Professor Jonathan Haskel’s book Capitalism without Capital: The Rise of the Intangible Economy (co-authored with Stian Westlake) has been named one of the Books of the Year by both The Economist and Financial Times.
Professor Jonathan Haskel was interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s Start the Week about the themes of his new book, Capitalism without Capital: The Rise of the Intangible Economy (co-authored with Stian Westlake).
You can listen to the piece again on BBC iplayer and the interview starts at 11: 12: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09hp2dr.
The book was also reviewed in The Economist’s arts and books pages: https://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21732512-phrase-you-will-hear-lot-more-years-come-intangible?frsc=dg%7Ce
Professor Jonathan Haskel’s Capitalism Without Capital: The Rise of the Intangible Economy continues to draw plaudits, this time from David Smith, Economics Editor of The Times.
Professor Haskel’s book was also referenced in an article about soft power, in Italian daily Corriere Della Sera…
…as well as US political daily The Hill, in a piece looking at Donald Trump’s national security strategy in the context of globalisation…
…and finally in The Economic Times (India), in which an excerpt was published.
Professor Haskell was also quoted in a piece in The Financial Times looking at the sharing economy.
Omar Merlo was recently interviewed for a CIM article on why marketers must set business goals:
Professor George Yip took part in a panel discussion at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech International conference in China, talking about how Chinese educators can encourage their students to think more creatively.