Monthly Archives: December 2009

The underpinnings of our global economy and so of our globalised civilisation remain dangerously fragile. Somehow, we must manage to sustain a dynamic global economy, promote development, deliver environmental sustainability and ensure peaceful and co-operative international relations, says Martin Wolf

 

The rest of the world was inclined to believe that the west, whatever its faults, knew what it was doing. But then the teacher failed the examination, says Martin Wolf

 

There is no shortage of bad business books, but Lucy Kellaway feels that giving them as ironic presents to bankers would be irresponsible

 

With two days left to secure a deal at the Copenhagen climate conference, the US attempts to break the deadlock by publicly backing a proposal that developed countries should provide poorer nations with $100bn per year by 2020 to fight climate change
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Some good cheer on pensions – why you might be able to retire earlier than you thought. Why private investors think it’s time to take profit, and how much has your house price gone up by?

 

I come across a lot of angry people in the course of my work, writes Lucy Kellaway. They take exception to anodyne things written by me.

 

Those parts of public sector spending that sustain the long-term health of the economy should not be sacrificed, says Martin Wolf

 

Ed Crooks, energy editor, discusses the possibility that the climate talks will break down before a deal can be reached

 

Ed Crooks, energy editor, on the likely reactions to the UN secretary-general’s comments at the Copenhagen climate conference

 

When dangerous food gets into the supply chain, it can take 50 days to trace the source. Surely technology can change that?