When the sea defies mankind’s efforts to keep it in place, the shore people want these costs, too, to fall on the public at large.
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08 January 2014, Financial Times
18 December 2013, Financial Times
To say comparisons of academic performance are always imperfect and open to revision is not to say they cannot be made at all.
29 August 2012, Financial Times
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.
02 December 2010
John analyses the myths and realities of timezones and summer time – and supports moves in the British Parliament to move to Central European Time.
01 September 2010, Financial Times
Faced with the choice of over a hundred 100 jams, I reduced the number of alternatives to 30 or so, and then … well, I finally walked out of the shop without having bought any jam at all. People are overwhelmed by variety of choice.
11 August 2010, Financial Times
Activities that are good in themselves are good for the economy, and activities that are bad in themselves are bad for the economy. The only intelligible meaning of “benefit to the economy” is the contribution – direct or indirect – the activity makes to the welfare of ordinary citizens.
07 November 2009, Financial Times
Bookreview: Uncommon Sense: economic insights, from marriage to terrorism by Gary Becker and Richard Posner
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.
05 August 2009, Financial Times
If you want a book on economics to take to the beach, you are spoiled for choice at the airport bookstall. What you will find falls into three categories: Thump books, microeconomics books with little economics and the macroeconomic story-teller.
15 July 2009, Financial Times
The Whiz Kids’ capacity for analysis far exceeded their knowledge of the world to which it was applied.
11 April 2006, Financial Times
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