Issue 4 2013 - RSA

Issue 4 2013


In this issue:

What are the new policy debates we need to have and what is no longer working? John Kay believes universal descriptions of the world led economists to repeating mistakes. Professor Nikolas Rose says we need be careful about the potential for brain studies to shape policy, while Will Davies suggests a more realistic view of big data solutions. Alexander Stephenson wants to talk about lust and policy, while Rachel O’Brien argues for a more social approach to justice services. Other pieces include: Walter Isaacson pays tribute to Benjamin Franklin.

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