Articles by Howard Davies
Howard Davies / July 19, 2017
Why the prestigious HSB isn't all it's cracked up to be
Years of loose monetary policy has left us vulnerable to another financial crisis, says Howard Davies
The theories of John Maynard Keynes might be unfashionable but his ideas remain potent
Clamping down on banks could damage recovery
When Lehman crashed, world leaders vowed to change the system. Why haven't they?
Anglo-Saxon capitalism has seen its reputation plummet. Is tougher punishment the answer?
How can a Manchester City supporter come to terms with the global brand that is Manchester United?
Why George Soros is unnecessarily gloomy about the future of the global financial system and the hard-working plumbers who are patching it up
Bogus anecdotes and trite observations are the staple of management books. Howard Davies, deputy governor of the Bank of England, finds "The Witch Doctors" no exception. In fact, it is exquisitely...