Andrew Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, speculated last week about a cashless future in the hope that it might enable central banks to reduce interest rates below even their current near-zero levels. But this also has important implications for the fight against crime.
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23 September 2015, Financial Times
26 August 2015, Financial Times
Technology has made it less important to know, and more important to know what is known. That is why the widespread belief that education should be focused more on the acquisition of job-specific knowledge is especially misconceived in the 21st century.
12 August 2015, Financial Times
The technological changes that have occurred in the past decade have, from an economic perspective, increased at virtually no cost the efficiency of household production. Trying to account for this kind of development is the considerable challenge being undertaken by Sir Charles Bean’s review of the UK’s national statistics.
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.
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.
25 January 2012, Financial Times
Adam Smith had not imagined a world in which the Wealth of Nations would cross the world digitally at the click of a mouse. Nor had he envisaged one in which legislation would be drafted by paid lobbyists.
13 January 2010, Financial Times
Digital media is the future and two decades from now the book business will look very different.
16 December 2009, Financial Times
Like all business success, innovative success is based on matching capabilities to market.
14 January 2011, Scottish Affairs
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