A history of sanctions that illustrates just how hard it is to enforce economic blockades and how rarely such measures achieve their intended results.
An in-depth analysis of China’s controversial telecoms giant that provides forensic details about the company’s proto-communist structure.
A history of one of India’s most influential ethnic groups that is weighed down by superficial business advice.
Philosophy professor Bermudez argues that behavioral economics as a discipline falls down when it fails to capture how choices are framed.
Insufficient information during an epidemic translates into hard questions for policymakers, including which citizens should first receive a vaccine.
A short history of an iconic New York City-headquartered company that tells the story of early 20th century corporate America.
This new work shows how financial bubbles become full-blown systemic crises, but also how they spur technological progress.
A pragmatic approach to economic policy can help governments navigate the age-old trade-off between growth and inequality.
A CFO’s vivid account of leading a retail bank amid escalating violence in Syria.
Giving elites more power might produce better social outcomes, but it could also weaken democracies and markets.