Monthly Archives: September 2011

THE CORROSIVE CHARACTER OF CORRUPTION

The recent arrest of the trader at the Swiss bank UBS for alleged illegal trading has highlighted the role of corruption in contemporary business. It could be argued that as the economy has become more globalised, the reverse take-over of … Continue reading

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EXORBITANT THE GREEK?

As the Greek tragedy of the eurozone crisis plays out with Angela Merkel as Electra and  Nicholas Sarkozy as Orestes in pursuit of revenge for the death of Agemenon (you can choose which object or subject is appropriate in the … Continue reading

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FROM 9/11 TO THE 911 ECONOMY

The 10th anniversary of the attack on the twin towers of the World Trade Center has stimulated commentary and debates in different forms of media. The causes and consequences of the attack are subject to controversy and conspiracy, based on … Continue reading

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