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Big ideas

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New internationalism needed for new world order

New internationalism needed for new world order
Released on: 1 April 2009
Contributor(s): Professor David Held
Global institutions such as the United Nations risk fragmenting unless they become more democratic warns Professor David Held.
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Risk regulation has gone too far

Risk regulation has gone too far
Released on: 6 March 2009
Contributor(s): Professor Bridget Hutter
We need to go back to first principles to examine the real nature of risk and its possible effects on society, argues Professor Bridget Hutter.
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Costing the climate

Costing the climate
Released on: 18 February 2009
Contributor(s): Dr Sam Fankhauser
Economic motives rather than ethical concerns will be ultimately what prevents runaway climate change, argues Dr Sam Fankhauser.
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Good intentions perverse incentives

Good intentions perverse incentives
Released on: 4 February 2009
Contributor(s): Professor Luis Garicano
Professor Luis Garicano explains what the current financial crisis and boring, defensively played football matches have in common
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Death in the modern age

Death in the modern age
Released on: 9 January 2009
Contributor(s): Professor Emily Jackson
Professor Emily Jackson examines the meaning of death and the moral and legal questions raised by euthanasia.
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Competition and choice good for public sector

Competition and choice good for public sector
Released on: 3 January 2009
Contributor(s): Professor Julian Le Grand
Professor Julian Le Grand argues that the principle of market competition can still offer solutions to public sector problems.
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