How neoliberal governance can promote responsible business and inclusive growth

By Dr Hakeem Bakare, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow  ASAP-East Africa Project, Birmingham Business School Neoliberal policies have become a major socio-economic development instrument across the world in recent times. The implementation of neoliberal policies in the Nigerian cement industry in the late 1990s transformed the sector not just so it was viable, but also a major … Continue reading “How neoliberal governance can promote responsible business and inclusive growth”

Huawei and Building the United Kingdom’s 5G network: Poor Policy or Weak Governance?

John R. Bryson Professor of Enterprise and Economic Geography   To Huawei or not to Huawei that is the question that has been debated throughout developed market economies and, in particular, amongst the members of Five Eyes. Five Eyes is the intelligence alliance between Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. Australia and the U.S. have an all-out … Continue reading “Huawei and Building the United Kingdom’s 5G network: Poor Policy or Weak Governance?”

Towards a responsible budget rather than politics without vision or ambition?

By Professor John Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Economic Geography Department of Strategy and International Business, University of Birmingham The danger is that our politicians are suffering from Brexit myopia and this includes the inability to develop a longer-term vision for the UK. The only current vision revolves around an agenda set by others In a speech … Continue reading “Towards a responsible budget rather than politics without vision or ambition?”