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Playing With Fire – Animal Spirits Ensconce Progress and Trepidation In Economies

The global economic environment is traversing new frontiers. Textbooks, historical data and policy frameworks of the past are blunt in the face of diverse trade war, global monetary policy divergence… Read more »

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Avarice, Hubris, Ignorance, Jealousy and Antagonism – Counterproductive Forces That Stifle Innovation

The most prolific literary masters, poets, entrepreneurs, kings/leaders of archaic kingdoms. religious prophets and sacred texts over the centuries have warned us, prophetically, that pride, avarice, hubris, jealousy and antagonism… Read more »

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The Rise With (Not Of) The Machines: AI Will Augment Human Capabilities

Jack Ma and Elon Musk recently engaged, debated and pronounced their diverging viewpoints with respect to artificial intelligence and the fundamental questions surrounding a machines capability in executing tasks and… Read more »

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Yearning For More Economic Policy Innovation! Monetary Policy Is A Blunt Tool Of The Past – Focus On The Future!

Economic commentators, senators, politicians, academics, folks of the business world and entrepreneurs are banging drums about the effectiveness of monetary policy in an environment where real interest rates are near… Read more »

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Economic Signals For Predicting Bear or Bull Markets – An Integrative Approach

Economic systems are complex, dynamic, iterative and constantly evolving. It’s clear that history often repeats and this has always been the focal point of economic analysis so as to make… Read more »

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Language Models To Enable Organisational Coherence: A Simple Yet Robust Framework

George Bernard Shaw in Pygmalion asserted “the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place”. Remember, many of language’s greatest and most subtle powers are invisible to those… Read more »

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