Monthly Archives: January 2012

VANITY FAYRE OR BONFIRE OF VANITIES? THE TALES OF INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

As the population of the United Kingdom (and particularly London) gears up for the next Olympiad, the Jeremiah question is whether the infrastructure projects associated with it will generate lasting socio-economic benefits. The related question is why so many large … Continue reading

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