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Getting the job – interview with Mr. Gallo

March 16, 2017 / Marco Fraire

Today I met with Paolo Gallo, a Bocconi alumnus turned professor. What’s so special about him you ask? He has worked in more than 70 different countries and interviewed more than 10,000 people. He has worked for prominent institutions such as Citigroup, the World bank and now the World Economic Forum, where he is the […]

The curious task of economics

March 4, 2017 / Yee Kiat

“The curious task of economics is to show men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design”. If Hayek ever saw the reports made by professional pundits about the state of the world today, he’d cry. Just a few months back, it was unanimously decided by many analysts that the Philippines […]

Is greece about to fail again?

March 2, 2017 / Daniele Zagnoni

Thoughts on a country whose failure has been postponed too much Summer 2015. You are laying down on a lounger in one of the most gorge us beaches in a Greek island. The sea is blue and calm, the air smells of a mixture of sun screen and fruit and a warm wind blows your […]