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Where Has the Global Financial Crisis Left Us Today?

Adam Tooze considered where the global financial crisis has left us, how it has affected politics and geopolitics, and what the prospects are for the world to manage a future crisis. Read More

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A Painful Realignment: Peter Zeihan on Brexit Fallout

Geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan expects a continued unraveling of the global order, and the United States may become its biggest source of disruption. Read More

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Ronald N. Kahn: Seven Trends in Investment Management

BlackRock’s Ronald N. Kahn says big data is neither a gimmick nor a guarantee of success for the challenges confronting active management. Read More

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Mariana Mazzucato Calls for a Disruption of Value

Good policies enables healthy markets, and Mariana Mazzucato argues that an understanding of value is essential for creating good policies. Read More

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Daniel Kahneman on Expertise, Bias, and the Investment Industry

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman has four simple strategies for better decision making that can be applied to both finance and life. Read More

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Adapting to a New Reality: Investment Firms of the Future

Shifting cultural norms and quantum leaps in technology are accelerating change in the investment management industry. Read More

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Why Everyone Hates Finance, and What to Do about It

“Finance is being demonized, and it’s being demonized because people don’t understand it,” Mihir A. Desai says. “If we want to stop demonization, we have to make it accessible.” Read More

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Chinese Government Bonds: The Elephant in the Room

China’s government fixed-income market constitutes a US $12-trillion opportunity, according to Emil Nguy. Read More

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The Robots Are Coming! The Robots Are Coming!

“I’m not worried so much about robots developing their own agenda and taking over the world,” says Kate Darling. “I’m a little bit more worried about people and how we decide to use the robots as a society.” Read More

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Two out of Three: India and China in the Coming Decade

The global economies expected to shine in the coming decade could mean that a pivot to Asia is a strategic imperative for many investors. Read More

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