Articles by John Plender
Trouble at Barclays and Marks & Spencer boils down to failures in corporate governance-again
Don't panic... yet How pleasing to return from holiday to discover that the chumps who manage our savings have finally woken up. But the pleasure in seeing US and European stock markets at a slightly...
The recent mega-mergers show that manufacturing is a mug's game
The sad final days of the Deutschmark and the meaninglessness of economic league tables
Gordon Brown has made it up with the IFS and needs help on reforming savings
John Plender / February 20, 1998
Past IMF bail-outs have encouraged risky lending in Asia
The regulated market economies of Germany, Japan and east Asia are facing unprecedented challenges from Anglo-American neo-liberal orthodoxy. But, argues John Plender, some of the benefits of...
Japanese spirituality and how the French left misunderstands the 1930s