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16 December 2009, Financial Times
02 December 2009, Financial Times
The most effective control is other parties’ diligence in assessing the businesses with which they deal.
18 November 2009, Financial Times
If you aim to create a dynamic, successful business, a state-owned utility is not the place to start.
11 November 2009, Financial Times
A stance which is pro-business must be distinguished from a stance which is pro-market. In the two decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall, that distinction has not been appreciated well enough.
04 November 2009, Financial Times
Markets are not a well-oiled machine: they are a constantly changing, adaptive biological system.
20 October 2009, Wincott Foundation
Markets are not a well oiled physical machine: they are a constantly changing, adaptive biological system. Pluralism is their motive force, their essence chaotic, their development inherently uncertain. If we could predict the evolution of markets, we would not need markets in the first place.
17 September 2009, Daily Telegraph
If financial institutions are to survive, they must behave more like supermarkets
15 September 2009, Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI)
The Reform of Banking Regulation
We should spend less time trying to ensure that our regulators can regulate financial behemoths with turnovers bigger than the GDP of many countries and more on trying to redesign the financial services industry so that regulation focuses on the interests of the public as consumers of financial services.
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12 August 2009, Financial Times
The benefit of road improvements is principally the reduced time and strain on private motorists, not the economic advantages to road transport operators: that lesson should influence the way we plan our road networks. Fast roads for light traffic are much cheaper to build than superhighways.
24 June 2009, Financial Times
A licence-fee-based BBC was the guarantor of quality television in a monopoly market. But a licence-fee-based BBC is now the main obstacle to quality television in a competitive market.
25 June 2008, Financial Times
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