Populism isn’t an occasional blip on the screen: it’s a breakdown in the system that demands drastic measures. But how do populist movements gain traction?
This is a typical situation where the compliance department could and should launch a serious stakeholder-engagement program to explore and understand the opinions and ethical expectations of its customers
From the affects of populism throughout the New and Old World to Russia´s slow, but steady positive growth, the IMF´s economic predictions for 2017 have had to take into account the geopolitical volatility. Frankly, it is hard to know what we can expect with so many unexpected precedents
I’ve shared with you in previous posts some traffic stories from Lagos and Nairobi. Could there be any more? Yes! The longer you sit there, the more stories you have to share – this is how bad traffic can get
So, here we are. It is the first week of the new year, the holidays have ended and everyone is slowly getting back to their busy working mode...after all several resolutions have been written down and new goals have been set, right?!
At its core, the crisis illustrates the need to disregard age-old principles. Unfortunately, creditors’ dogged adherence to some longstanding doctrines has led to misconceived policies, inflicting unnecessary pain on some without putting an end to the crisis. For some, the question of whether recovery will come soon enough is still up in the air
We are increasingly consulted on it would be better for start-ups to assemble financial resources through crowdfunding (e.g. Kickstarter) or through angel investors, and how to sequence each funding mode