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Archive for June 2011 | Monthly archive page

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In: Public Policy, Recession, Taxation

Comments Off on Value Added and Plan B

The proponents of the need for a Plan B have got one thing right – rebalancing the economy is a painful process and anything that could reduce the pain would be jolly nice. However, it is not clear that they understand the disease and thus the remedy. In a way we need to go back

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In: Economic Theory

Comments Off on Happiness Sceptic

I finally got something positive about the project to measure wellbeing. Much of this has so far rather left me cold. Clearly, there is more to life than the economy, and equally there are many measures of such things as life expectancy, quality of life, educational outcomes and so forth. And some of the happiness

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In: Public Policy

Comments Off on Engaging Citizens

I have just participated in a workshop organised by a EU Research Programme called ASSYST, which was focused on the role of ICT in developing policy for a green knowledge based society.I am often sceptical of titles such as this which seem to have every policy buzzword and which can become a substitute for thought.This

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