Startup Wake: Killing Start Ups Humanely to Save the World – A Flounders Presentation
Beachhut PR CEO Paul Hayes sees more value in learning from failure than marvelling at the success of others, and this is where he came... Read More
Why Women are Poorer than Men
Did you know that the NHS spends more on Viagra than helping single mother families eat healthily or that there are more blokes called... Read More
***SOLD OUT***Why Countries Get Rich?
The essential question in all development economics. Why are some countries rich and others poor? Can countries catch up or not? And once prosperous, can... Read More
***SOLD OUT***Why do Elites hate Populism?
Far from being the problem of our time, Tom Frank the brilliant award-winning American commentator and journalist, insists that populism is the cure for most... Read More
***SOLD OUT***Is Ireland Really a Tax Haven?
Ireland went from being a poor country to being a rich one in a generation, how? Are we just a tax haven on the make?... Read More
***SOLD OUT***The Great British Break Off: The UK After Brexit
Now that the Queen is Dead, what’s keeping the UK together? The great English Nationalist project has finally delivered an exit from the EU. What... Read More
Distorting Reality: Economics in the age of Surveillance Capitalism
How have the traditional media of newspapers and broadcasters adapted to the Internet Age? The answer is mixed. Facebook, Twitter and Google are just some... Read More
Fantasy Finance Minister: How to start a country and how to fund it
100 years ago, in 1922, Ireland became an independent state and the Soviet Union was founded. Two very contrasting events, both facing the common challenge... Read More
***SOLD OUT***Chums : How a How a Tiny Caste of Oxford Tories Took Over the UK
Westminster and Whitehall are swarming with old Oxonians. They’ve attended the same balls and black tie dinners. Eleven of the 15 postwar British prime ministers... Read More
Edible Economics : Ha-Joon Chang in conversation with Suzanna Campbell
In his book Edible Economics, Ha-Joon makes challenging economic ideas more palatable by plating them alongside stories about food from around the world. He uses... Read More