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The algorithms are everywhere

: If current trends in business and consumer culture continue, we may soon have much in common with China's meritocratic and communitarian traditions, writes Mark MacCarthy.

The road to a new economic world order

Virpi Suutari: Entrepreneur

: By portraying two completely different Finnish family businesses, Entrepreneur gives an insight into new ways of doing business – with and without meat. 

California Dreaming?

David Vogel: California Greenin '- How Golden State Became and Environmental Leader

: In his new book, Professor David Vogel describes how the state in a number of areas has managed to implement its own regulations to support economic and cultural development and growth.

When society is militarized

: Many expect the authorities to ensure a safe society, where one does not have to fear dangers, new enemies and refugees. But are we able to see the consequences of the authorities' political "sneak introduction" of more control?

The sky is not falling

: In many ways, the world is becoming an ever better place to be, for more and more people. According to Bjørn Lomborg, professor at the Copenhagen Business School, we can thank broad economic growth for this.

Europe's self-harm 

Bernd Ulrich: Good morning, Abendland

: It's dusk in the West. But the morning blush brings light, according to Bernd Ulrich.

The machines are coming

Calum Chace: The Economic Singularity. Artificial Intelligence and the Death of Capitalism

: Authorities around the world must take action to prevent mass unemployment and societal collapse, Calum Chace believes.

Post-industrial feudalism on the stairs

: «Dere nordmenn er rare. Dere har verdens beste velferdsstat, men viser den ikke til verden modell for å vise verden.»

Tax Justice: We'll try again

: Hva skjer med arbeidet mot skatteparadiser i Norge etter Panama Papers-skandalen? Hvis vi ser på arbeidet på tre viktige områder, får vi en viss oversikt.

Spring 2017: Economic crisis on the stairs

: There are many indications that the world is facing an economic collapse that may occur during the first half of 2017. 

Deutsche Bank and dead bank directors

: A large number of bankers who have died in unclear circumstances in recent years probably knew too much.