Tag Archives: co-operation

Designing sharing

Brief evening stopover at nef, for the launch of their latest report ‘Design for Sharing’ which looks at the rise of the sharing economy. Given I’m frequently driven to the conclusion that the biggest issue we face is how to resource social … Continue reading

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Inequality and oligopoly in the network economy

Twelve plants and five animals produce 90% of the world’s food supply. Six corporations provide 90% of the world’s food supply. Two companies dominate the ‘carbonated’ drinks industry and two more the commercial aircraft manufacturing sector; three control the mobile … Continue reading

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Going back to their roots

Here’s an example of State capture – the government’s infrastructure plans are not going ahead because the banks  won’t invest their planned share unless government underwrites the costs. Only £700m has been raised so far towards an interim target of … Continue reading

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