They’re Not Making It Anymore

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Land is a necessity for human existence and remains the original source of all wealth. Yet bankers, economists, and politicians have simplistically lumped land and capital together, so apparently, now they mean the same thing. So why, as a society, have we chosen to eliminate land from the economic calculus? The consequences have been far […]

Meet the Renegades: Naila Kabeer

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Naila Kabeer is not your average economist. She speaks directly about the human condition, performs fieldwork and complies her own statistics. In this episode of Meet the Renegades, we speak to Naila about global access to labour markets, the strain living in an economy puts on the ability to act in solidarity.

The Education Game

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Never before have young people had more access to free information but, ironically, never before in human history has education been more expensive or stressful.

What’s Killing Creativity?

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Our latest episode of Renegade Inc. host Ross Ashcroft is joined by the author and renowned advertising man Dave Trott and asks what’s killing creativity?

The Finance Curse

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Can a country suffer from a Finance Curse? We are joined by Richard Werner and David Buik to discuss.

Meet the Renegades: Stewart Cowley

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Stewart Cowley is one of the few people who has worked on Wall Street, The City and in the Fund Management Business who says openly the problem with the finance industry is they don’t understand the word ‘enough’. His admission is refreshing.

Meet the Renegades: Johann Hari

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Author of Chasing the Scream, Johann Hari deconstructs the War on Drugs and the myth that decriminalising drugs will worsen already abhorrent circumstances. Everything we know about drug addiction is wrong – so how can we think differently about a solution to this 100-year problem?

Real Estate or The Real Economy?

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Why is UK housing now so out of reach for so many people? Yes, property has been a safe bet, but we ask what are the economic risks and the social side effects of ever-increasing house prices?