Tag Archives: decision-making

Socioeconomic innovation for socioeconomic competitiveness

I have often found the concept of social innovation to be ‘fuzzy’ and confusing, largely because of the different ways in which it is used by different people. A couple of weeks ago I participated in a panel discussion on … Continue reading

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Decision-making and forms of capitalism

It is interesting to see how ideological debates change with time. It wasn’t so long ago that socialism was still widely talked about as the fundamental alternative to capitalism in debates around how we should organise our economies and societies. … Continue reading

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