The problem with investment banking (part 1)


The Problem with Investment Banking (Part 1) Bankers would like us to believe that what they do is fantastically sophisticated and requires huge talent and massive intellectual prowess. It is on these largely false grounds that they try to persuade us … Continue reading

The tyranny of private gains and public losses


One-sided contract Thomas Hobbes, regarded as one of the greatest English political philosophers, is possibly most famous for his idea of the “social contract”. This theory argued that rational people would agree between themselves how politics and business should be … Continue reading