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    Foreign investment regimes: three things the West needs to better protect national security

    As concern over strategic investments increases, many countries now seek to adapt their rules around foreign direct investment (FDI) and national security. Ashley Thomas Lenihan writes that consistent rules, open lines of communication, and institutional capacity are all needed to have an effective transatlantic coordination regime on FDI and national...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Economics

    Sleep-deprived financial traders make lower stock market returns - new researchMy work

    Do financial traders make better returns in the stock market when they are well rested? You would intuitively assume that a trader's level of sleep would affect their decision making. Antonios Siganos, University of Glasgow Several studies have certainly shown that sleep affects the ability of people to make decisions in general. Though admittedly...

    • 14 hrs ago
  • Economics

    Here's why China's trade deal with Mauritius matters

    Mauritius signed the first FTA between China and an African state. Beijing approaches regional trade policies via small states first, such as New Zealand. Given the complexity of reaching an agreement with the EU, Beijing instead focused on free trade talks with non-EU European economies. African trade policy leaders best watch the China-Mauritius FTA closely. 2021 marks the start of two...

    • 2 days ago
  • Economics

    The economies that are home to the poorest billions of people need to grow if we want global poverty to decline

    The injustice of an extremely unequal world needs to end for society to make any progress as a whole 63% of the world's population live on less than $10 per day. Without economic growth to increase the average income in disadvantaged countries, it won't be possible for people to leave poverty behind. Redistributing income...

    • 5 days ago
  • Business

    After Disney closed one of its major studios, animation is under pressure in pandemic HollywoodThe future of animation

    While many animation studios have come and gone, the unforeseen closure of a such a leading player as Blue Sky will lead to hundreds of layoffs and the cancellation of its animated films already in production. Christopher Holliday, King's College London Last year's computer-animated feature Trolls World Tour served...

    • 6 days ago
  • Economics

    How Biases Influence CEOs Throughout Their Careers

    Wharton's Marius Guenzel talks with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM about his research on CEO biases. When a celebrity CEO decides to move on, as Amazon's Jeff Bezos announced he would later this year, it's an opportunity to revisit what makes people in those roles successful, or flounder, as the case may be. CEO appointees often have a tailwind of strong performance and are...

    • 7 days ago
  • Business

    The Rapid Growth of Skill-based Card Games like Solitaire Gold in India

    As the number of online gamers is on the rise, real money games such as solitaire and rummy are becoming a popular choice as they allow people to compete in traditional games in real time. Let us take a look at the rise of card games in the RMG (real money gaming) format with the example of Solitaire Gold, one of the few gaming platforms where you can play your favorite game...

    • 7 days ago
  • Economics

    Mumpreneurialism: a gig economy side-hustle fantasy

    If our culture is to truly support women through this global crisis, let's focus on demanding structural changes that will bring about long overdue equality, both at work and at home. In the new Super Bowl commercial for the website builder Squarespace, Dolly Parton's 1980s hit song '9 to 5' is given a contemporary, if bitter, twist. When the office clock hits 5pm, the drab...

    • 7 days ago
  • World

    How the West can respond to China's technology surge

    The West still outperforms China in most areas of advanced technology but has much to learn about how it lost the lead in some areas. China's technology surge to dominance in a few sectors is the consequence of a set of concrete factors that either exist already in Europe, can be created, or used to exist and can be revived. Jonathan Liebenau writes that the West should avoid panicky...

    • 7 days ago
  • Economics

    ´╗┐Why the MSME outlay this year is really designed to be an extension of the COVID-package

    Analysing the 'COVID-budget' Nilanjana Bargotra The budget is akin to having a large dinner party; you have invited a sizable number of guests, expecting to be served their favourite dish. As the host, the onus falls on you to prepare something that appeals to the preferences of most, while at the very minimum leaves everyone satiated. So why...

    • 7 days ago

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