Archive for 'Economy'
Idries De Vries When back in the 1980’s the trend of “globalization” began, the general consensus amongst thinkers and politicians was that the spread of the economic system of capitalism to countries outside the western hemisphere [...]
Jamal Harwood Dominating the UK press this week is the tale of two bankers, a banker’s bonus, and the end of honour. Whilst it is rather surprising that the contrasting tales of two bankers should dominate [...]
Jamal Harwood Much can be said for the commitment, drive, and sheer doggedness of the many thousands worldwide which are braving the winter elements to keep their dignified “occupy” protests alive. It has caught the imagination [...]
Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain has recently launched a new booklet entitled: “Gold Standard: The Future for a Stable Global Currency” (the book is available for free download here) We ask its authors several questions. 1. Why a [...]
In a recent Time magazine article by journalist Michael Shuman, it was suggested that Islamic Law was the impediment for economic growth and prosperity. The basis of this claim was attributed to the work of an [...]
It is often said, “why let a good crisis go to waste?” So we shouldn’t be surprised that the doyen of the US Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, has weighed in with a warning that the crisis [...]