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27 March 2013, Financial Times
27 February 2013, Financial Times
Probabilistic reasoning has become the dominant method of structured thinking about problems involving risk and uncertainty – to such an extent that people who do not think this way are derided as incompetent and irrational.
20 February 2013
You can lower the marginal rate of tax on an individual without changing their average rate – and vice versa. Every politician who wants to help the low paid by reducing their income tax rate should write that sentence out 50 times.
13 February 2013, Financial Times
The objective of monetisation has not been to put money in the hands of consumers and businesses but to put money in the vaults of banks.
30 January 2013
Confronted with the specifics, rather than the principle, of constitutional change, many voters revert to the status quo.
16 January 2013, Financial Times
The salient fact is that London could never have become a great business and financial capital if its residents felt an urge to vomit every time they went outdoors.
05 December 2012, Financial Times
Social policy would, in the long run, owe far more to Eleanor Roosevelt’s claim that “everyone has the right to a standard of living” than to Beveridge’s assertion that “management of one’s income is an essential element of a citizen’s freedom”.
07 November 2012, Financial Times
Prevarication and political posturing, the persistent incrementalism when bold actions are required and the readiness to oppose policies simply because they have been espoused by somebody else, are as characteristic of policy today as they have been for the past 50 years.
17 October 2012, Financial Times
Commercial decisions often reflect policy-based evidence, not evidence-based policy. Doing the deal is what matters; justification comes afterwards.
29 August 2012
A good checklist is selective – it doesn’t cover mistakes that are rarely made; no one goes on holiday without their suitcase. Or mistakes that don’t matter – toothpaste is available almost everywhere.
01 October 2003, Financial Times
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