A mechanism of funding pharmaceutical research which leads to drug prices far in excess of marginal cost is bound to lead to anguish and injustice. But is there a better idea?
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25 March 2015, Financial Times
11 March 2015, Financial Times
Children love to play with new toys but hate disruption to their routines. These traits persist in adult life: innovation is readily adopted when it is incorporated in new gadgets but innovation that involves doing things differently is resisted. There are understandable reasons for this.
26 March 2014, Financial Times
Just as dammed water finds new channels of escape, crowdfunding seems to provide a way around the blockage.
25 September 2013, Financial Times
Knowledge is more than additive. What we learn when we bring two bodies of knowledge together may be much more than the sum of each alone.
21 August 2013, Financial Times
Humans have always found it hard to cope with the idea that every individual has a lifespan even as life itself goes on. The idea of a natural life cycle for a business, or industrial centre, is even more difficult to accept.
29 May 2013, Financial Times
Why do we devote more resources to training carrier pigeons and building fibreoptic links than to understanding military and business strategy?
17 April 2013, Financial Times
The growth of the trading culture has encouraged the belief that the only measure of value is what someone is willing to pay. But this is a mistake.
27 March 2013, Financial Times
If unplanned social interactions are the key to a vibrant city, they are also the key to a vibrant organisation.
05 September 2012, Financial Times
Narratives of industry evolution often represent fairy tales constructed by corporate financiers, or ambitious chief executives. They relentlessly seek rationale, however spurious, for the next deal.
25 May 2011, Financial Times
As the commercial market is being transformed, anyone who thinks that the policy challenge is to restrict internet piracy has missed the point.
14 January 2011, Scottish Affairs
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