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Código:HR 330 MAY - JUN 2013 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
Ubicación:Planta baja estanteria abierta
Autor Personal:The Economist Newspaper Limited
TítuloThe economist
Ciudad: New York
Editorial: The Economist Newspaper Limited
Año: 2013
Descripción:varias paginaciones; il. col. 28 cm.
Notas:F.I. 04/01/2016
Palabras Claves:ECONOMÍA;
Términos Locales:Economía - Revista;
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Código:HR 330 MAY - JUN 2013 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
100:The Economist Newspaper Limited
245The economist
260:New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2013:
300:varias paginaciones; il. col. 28 cm.
500:F.I. 04/01/2016
653Economía - Revista

The Economist Newspaper Limited. The economist. -- . --New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2013. # Ingreso:1038802

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May 4th- 10th 2013 The world this week Leaders China's future Xi Jinping and the Chinese dream Corporate social responsibility Disaster at Rana Plaza Guantánamo Bay Enough to make you gag Europe’s credit crunch Mend the money machine Musicals Do it by the book Letters On cars, defence spending, liberty, electronic trading, Nigeria, North Korea, countries, porn Briefing Xi Jinping’s vision Chasing the Chinese dream United States Guantánamo bay The oubliette Californian latinos worth fighting for Blues tourism The hellhound’s trail Feral pigs Pork, chopped Food Biting commentary The economic performance of cities People - driven Lexington Dithering over Syria The Americas Dams in the Amazon The rights and wrongs of Belo Monte Hydropower in Guyana Shrouded in secrecy Asia Elections in Malaysia Change you can believe in? Singapore’s economy Bashing the metal-bashers Ho chi minh city Not quite under water Disaster in Bangladesh Rags in the ruins China The property market Cat and house Developing the west Venice meets vegas Musis festivals Anarchy in the PRC Banyan Trouble on the periphery Middle East and Africa South Sudan A new country rises from the ruins Kenya’s new government Bright new faces The Horn of Africa The djibouti hub Farming in Nigeria Feed yourself The Palestinians Squeeze them out Egypt and Iran Pious politics Europe France and Germany A tandem in trouble Italy’s new government Unanswered questions France’s defence review Of ships and sealing wax Iceland’s election Right back Danish politics Hard lessons Charlemagne After austerity, what? Britain Private schools abroad On the playing fields of Shanghai British fighters in Syria Will they come home to roost? An infrastructure exhibit Pipe dreams Bagehot In praise of frank field International The war on gays Strange bedfellows Muslim opinion Minds unmade Identity politics Called up Business Musical theatre The tills are alive Internet retailing Tax in cyberspace Workplace safety Avoiding the fire next time Tourism in Egypt Arab spring break Office chairs A seat for sore things French business Hollande’s charm offensive Entrepreneurs in America Who creates jobs? Energy firms and climate change Unburnable fuel Schumpeter The art of the spin-off Finance and economics Prosecuting bankers Blind justice Buttonwood Public pensions Latin America and trade Oceans apart American bond markets Term report Japan’s public finances Don’t mention the debt The Greek economy Daring to hope, fearing to fail Free exchange Credit in europe Science and technology Miniature flying robots Robodiptera Genetically modified trees Into the wildwood Virgin blasts off Space oddity Academic publishing Free-for-all Books and arts Technology and politics Feel the force Margaret thatcher Jolly good show Digestion Down the hatch Lionel shriver’s “ Big Brother” Fatty issue Ellen Gallagher Art from myth and stories Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look a italy’s economy Obituary Kenneth appel The problema with maps May 11th – 17th 2013 The world this week Leaders Investment banks Wall Street is back Angry young Indians What a waste Malaysia’s election A dangerous result Global warming Four hundred parts per million A memo to the world’s dictators protection racket Letters On affirmative action, transaction taxes, factory workers, select committees, Japan, economics, India, cooking Briefing India’s demographic challenge Wasting time United States Economic growth The health paradox Immigration reform Not so fast Measuring inflation Counting the cost of living South Carolina’s special election He’s back! Prison overcrowding The magic number Policing Starting from scratch Taxes A brewing fight Lexington Brigadoon politics The Americas Mexican politics The PRI’s long tail Bolivia’s president Bye, bye American pie Venezuela’s election aftermath Cry havoc Middle East and Africa Israel and Palestine Could the peace dove fly again? Palestinians in Israel Boycotting the boycotters Syria’s civil war The bloody stalemate persists Libyan politics The militias’ writ Tunisia and Algeria Borderland bogeymen Somalia’s revival The centre holds, but only just South Africa Wedding crashers Europe Germany’s opposition The Red and the Green Russian politics An ideologue’s exit Hungary Magyars and moans Education and the French mindset Bangalore-sur-Seine? Georgia’s government Caucasian circles Charlemagne Enter Herr Präsident Schulz China Factory women Girl power China and the Middle East Playing the peacemaker? Special report: International banking Twilight of the gods Asia Malaysia’s general election Tawdry victory Pakistan’s election The other campaigner Political violence in Bangladesh In hot blood Indian politics Throwing the rascals out South Korea and the United States Park’s progress Banyan Pivotal concerns Britain The politics of immigration Don’t mess Privatising British banks Cutting losses Bagehot Ferguson time International Recovering stolen assets Making a hash of finding the cash Regulation The bite is worse than the bark Equity trading Going broke in stocks Fixed income, currencies and commodities A FICC for your trouble Why scale matters We happy few Costs Leaner and meaner Emerging markets Lands of eternal promise The outlook Down to Earth Business Management consulting Vainies, brainies and bainies The life of a young consultant PowerPoint Rangers Valuing ships online Bargain boats Wearable cameras Get a lifelog Class-action suits in europe Chasseurs d’ambulances You tube Worth paying for? Marketing to hispanics The lust for Latino lucre Schumpeter Microsoft blues Finance and economics CME Group The futures of capitalism Buttonwood Age and productivity World trade Fresh blood for doha Canada’s new central-bank governor After Carney The world economy Shaken, not stirred Municipal finances Rubbish settlement French banks Coming good Riyadh’s new financial district Empty towers Securities lending Taking a break Free exchange Standard and patents Science and technology The climate of Tibet Pole-land Climate change The measure of global warming Atomic interferometry The function of waves Ancient animal behaviour Jurassic lark Books and arts Russia I The Mariinsky’s maestro Russia II Life under putin Ballooning in britain Taking to the air The end of affluence When the money runs out New fiction Chimamanda ngozi adichie Economics and financial indicators Giulio Andreotti ( Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at markets and our poll of forecasters Obituary Giulio andreotti For whom the bell tolls May 18th – 24th 2013 The world this week Leaders Japan Abe’s master plan Psychiatry Shrink wrapping Disaster in Syria The least-bad choice Pakistan Hope in a fractured land Guidance for insects Brood 2030 Letters On employment, the West Bank, stop-and-search, Africa's natural resources, medieval physics, boar hunting, China's dream Briefing Japan and Abenomics United States Barack Obama and the presidency W’s apprentice The Justice Department and the Associated Press Look who’s talking Democrats in Texas The waiting is the hardest part Nevada’s economy Silver dollars Debt and the deficit Priority report Cage-fighting in New York No holds, barred Lexington Notes on three scandals The Americas Latin American geoeconomics A continental divide British Columbia’s election It’s the economy, stupid The media in Argentina Clarín call Justice in Guatemala The genocide question Asia Pakistan’s election Hope over experience Pakistan’s waning feudalism Gone with the wind Australia’s pre-election budget Feel-good deficit Philippine elections Personality-driven Logging in South-East Asia Rubber barons Banyan Taiwan’s Seas of troubles China Economic reforms Walking the talk Corruption Checked and balanced? Middle East and Africa Syria’s civil war The hard men on both sides prevail …. And its chemical weapons The other red line Iran’s election A candidacy conundrum Arabs and Jews in high-tech Israel Bring them together Religious politics in Israel Who’s a Jew? Zambian politics Michael Sata: good and bad Terrorism in Nigeria Bigger guns Europe Turkey and Syria An explosive border Turkey’s political imams The Gulenists fight back Spy wars in Russia The Kremlin plot thickens Bulgarian politics An unhappy election Italian politics Silvio’s back French public opinion Morosity rules Charlemagne An alternative to merkel Britain Politics and the EU Take me to your leader Britain’s changing trade links An island of traders The motorcycle industry Hell’s commuters Bagehot The atlanticist delusion International Civic crowdfunding Breaking ground Arctic diplomacy A warmer welcome Hijackings on the high seas Westward Ho! Business Marketing Less guff, more puff Energy drinks Slaying monster Sony under fire Loeb’s letters loosed Sino-European trade tensions Huawei hammered Tata Steel Goodwill hunting Brazil’s oilfields Back in business Open data A new goldmine African Business Murky minerals Schumpeter How swedes run hospitals Finance and economics Trading in oil Libor in a barrel Global property markets Boom and gloom Bloomberg Too much information Buttonwood The euro and democracy Turkish banks The lure of the Bosphorus The euro-zone economy Recession, cont’d Stockmarkets Don’t worry, be happy Free exchange Container and globalisation Science and technology By the book Quantum computing Faster, slower—or both at once? Flu vaccines and synthetic biology Going viral Safer childbirth in Bangladesh Mat red Books and arts North Korea Deeply rational Central bankers Three men in a boat Making jewish humour Have you heard? How money works Gold rush C.S. Lewis Literary lion Houghton’s treasures Wall candy Economic and financial indicators Statistic on 42 economies, plus a closer look at global business confidence Obituary Geza vermes A translator of the dead sea scrolls May 25th – 31st 2013 The world this week Leaders The euro crisis The sleepwalkers American politics How to save Obama’s second term Myanmar and America The ultimate endorsement The World Bank Stand up for “Doing Business” Corruption in india Lessons from cricket Letters On Malaysia, Georgia, CME, Giulio Andreotti, the ECB, UKIP, India, football, Microsoft Briefing Entitlements in America From: shadow council of economic advisers to: Barack Obama United States The IRS scandal Auditing the taxman A tornado in Oklahoma A mile wide and howling Phones in prisions Don’t call home Intellectual property Fighting China’s hackers New York state politics Riotous assembly Los Angeles’s mayoral election Who? Lexington Rand Paul’s dream The Americas The Caribbean Treasure islands in trouble Business in Cuba A new course Canada’s political scandals Widening cracks Mexico’s economy Reality bites Asia India and China Parsnips unbuttered Indonesia’s forests Logging the good news Peacemaking in the Philippines Bedevilled by the details The Pacific’s colonies Ends of empire Japan and North Korea The frogman cometh Banyan Backs to the sea in karachi China Settlers in Xinjiang Circling the wagons Middle East and Africa Kenya, South Sudan and Uganda Pipeline poker Nigeria’s northern insurgency A city under siege The Gulf of Guinea Another Somalia? Strife in Iraq Worse and worse Syria’s war How about diplomacy? Special report: Myanmar A Burmese spring Europe The Spanish economy On being propped up Spanish unemployment Indignant, undignified Croatia’s economy Coming in François Hollande Presidency through ambiguity Greece’s government Up, but not out German football Tor! Tor! Tor! Charlemagne Hobbling behind America Britain An atrocity in London Return to old-style terror The economy Much obliged The Church of Scotland A gay Rubicon Bagehot Grassroots trouble International Feminist protest Breast-beating Industrial espionage Unusual suspects Drug-law reform Inching forward Halal business Consuming passions Business The defence industry Guns and sugar Companies and tax Cook lightly grilled Internet mergers and takeovers Platforms upon platforms Dairy deals in China Uh-oh, Danone Soccer in America City to city Video games Battle of the boxes Schumpeter The age of smart machines Finance and economics Indian banks Lenders of the last resort Remittances Channelling cash JPMorgan Chase Unbreakable Dimon Greek banks redux System reboot Activist investors Let’s do it my way Buttonwood Apocalypse, not yet Chasing debtors Cash-strapped Khashoggi? Free exchange Making pay work Science and technology Cryptography The solace of quantum Personality, social media and marketing No hiding place Microbiomics A virus shield Invasive species Thorny questions Books and arts The future of physics Beyond the numbers America and South Asia Infernal triangle British political history Edmund Burke, the first conservative The Volkswagen camper van A bug’s life Understanding Europe After the darkest hour The Blue Rider group Eye music Economic and financial indicators Statistic on 42 economies, plus a closer look at mexico’s economy Obituary Bill O’hagan The sausage king June 1st – 7th 2013 The world this week Leaders The world’s next great leap forward Towards the end of poverty Dealing with Russia Tougher love needed Colombia and the FARC The price of peace Low-emission cars Flat batteries British politics The strange rebirth of liberal England Letters On Taiwan, dams, health care, New York, Malaysia, Microsoft, being brainy, quotes Briefing Poverty Not always with us United States Killer drones Out of the shadows Nuclear power Fracked off Urban revivals On the waterfront Boy Scouts Gays welcome Religion in public life Atheists in cabins Raw milk The menace of moo-shine The farm bill Feeding dollars to pigs Lexington George Washington, politician The Americas Colombia and the FARC Digging in for peace Football in Brazil Into extra time Demography in Latin America Autumn of the patriarchs Demography in Chile Child bribe Asia Ungoverned india Out of the trees Pakistan’s extremists The hawk and the dove Japan’s constitution Back to the future Japan and South-East Asia Hand in hand Banyan Time on whose side in malaysia? China Urbanisation The great divide Ideological debate Drawing the battle lines Bashing Japan Staged warfare Middle East and Africa South Africa’s economy Muddle through will no longer do The African Union at 50 Shooting your own feet Israel and Palestine Business together Syria’s war and diplomacy Argument and arms Syria’s political opposition Disarray Europe Putin’s Russia Repression ahead Sweden’s riots A blazing surprise Italy’s government Let off France’s finance minister Moscovici, vidi, vici German education Ein neuer Deal? Alcohol in Turkey Not so good for you Charlemagne The Baltics and the euro Britain Politics and the young Generation Boris The gnome revolt Little and large Bagehot The global race International Citizen journalism Foreign correspondents Cigarettes No butts Internet campaigning Any requests? Business Online labour exchanges The workforce in the cloud The server market Shifting sands Mexican housebuilders Dropping a brick Smithfield Foods Pigs will fly Murugappa Group The harder path Valeant Shop ’til you drop Schumpeter Boomerang bosses Finance and economics China’s shadow banks The credit kulaks Ethical banking in Italy The anti - banca European monetary policy The negative option Digital money - laundering Taking a liberty Buttonwood Spain’s great migration Japan’s equity and bond markets Shocking The austerity debate Dismal pugilists Crowdfunding in America End of the peer show Free exchange Macro control, micro problems Science and technology Martian space flight Red dreams Arctic ecology Sacred geese Books and arts The rise of Spanish Iberian chronicle The Galleon insider-trading case Ship of knaves John Hay A statesman for all seasons David Stockman Corruption of capitalism The Soviet Union Walking dead The Cannes film festival Erotic shock Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at household debt Obituary Heinrich Rohrer Father of the real atomic age June 8th – 14th 2013 The world this week Leaders Turkey's troubles Democrat or sultan? America and China The summit Brazil’s mediocre economy A fall from grace Europe’s banking union A la carte and half-baked Iran’s presidential election Don’t ignore it Letters On the World Bank, entitlements, England, Arab assets, Lev Vlassenko, India, smart machines, Apple, sex, presidents Briefing Turkey erupts The new young Turks United States The Mississippi Delta Scratching a living Our new house-price indicators Bubble-hunting Barack Obama’s foreign-policy team Action women Judicial appointments A lesson in packing Crime and genetics Won’t hurt a bit Energy Blown away Lexington The China syndrome The Americas Brazil’s disappointing economy Stuck in the mud Abortion in Latin America Miscarriages of justice Latin America’s Venezuela problem Ostrich diplomacy Broadcasting in Canada Commercial break Asia Energy in Pakistan Long, hot summer Timor-Leste and Australia Bugs in the pipeline India’s tamil nadu Will the show go on? Politics in Tamil Nadu Lights, camera, election Banyan Mr Joko goes to Jakarta China Xi Jinping in America’s backyard A new special relationship? ……and in latin america From pivot to twirl Cybercrime Deny everything The death of Chen Xitong Tiananmen remembered Middle East and Africa Iran’s presidential election You never know Iran and alcohol Wet and dry Libya’s oil Gurgle and splutter Qatar Democracy? Not for us The Syrian civil war A turning point Churches in Israel luckier than mosques Ethiopia Free to protest, just a bit Driving in Nigeria Time for a test Europe Orban’s Hungary The EU’s Black sheep Urban planning in France Tennis V trees German politics Princeling in trouble Floods in central Europe Devastating Balkan war-crimes Inglorious end Charlemagne The franco-germab motor splutter into life Britain The politics of cuts Labour gets serious Polish clinics Another kind of health tourism Posh fast food On a roll Bagehot Gangland Britain International China’s foreign ports The new masters and commanders Business Luxury goods in China Beyond bling Arab-word luxury Would Sir like his goat wrapped? Patent reform Obama goes troll-hunting Semiconductor makers Bend me, shape me Zambeef A rare meat success in Africa Airlines in Africa Not quite ready for take-off Russian retailing A Magnit for investors Deluded bosses Who’s behind me? Schumpeter Leadership qualities Finance and economics Europe’s banking union Till default do us part The European Central Bank’s deterrent Bench press EU-Chinese trade Outlook: cloudy Buttonwood Emerging markets Advertising hedge funds Bull marketing Hank Greenberg The people v Hank America’s non-banks The anointed Free exchange Commodity prices Science and technology Cancer therapy Checkpoint Charlie Palaeontology A heroic find Academic publishing Peer to peer Planetary science Lost and found Books and arts Venice Biennale The artistic solution America’s unwinding So many troubles The world in 1913 The year before the war Hedge funds Full of hot air Lord Sainsbury on government Sensible chap Somalia’s Shabab Bullet boys Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus our monthly poll of forecasters Obituary Andrew Greeley Turbulent priest June 15th – 21st 2013 The world this week Leaders Surveillance Secrets, lies and America’s spies Germany and Europe The reluctant hegemon Abenomics Not so super State pensions in America Ruinous promises The United Nations in Congo Art of darkness Letters On liberalism, electric cars, Chile, Iran, poverty, raw milk Briefing Surveillance Look who’s listening Online privacy How to disappear United States Coastal cities and climate change You’re going to get wet California’s budget Redemption song Organ transplants Playing God Education Raising the bar The Virginia governor’s race Machiavelli v Torquemada Illegal Immigrants Let them drive Lexington Chris Christie’s tightrope The Americas Security in Mexico The new face of Mexican policing Land in Brazil Farmers v Amerindians Venezuela’s election audit Beside the point Asia Abenomics The third arrow misses North Korean schools in Japan End game Aung San Suu Kyi The halo slips Cambodia’s election Liars and deniers India’s opposition Modicum of success India’s aged democracy The long view China The strong yuan China’s currency pacifism Human-rights diplomacy Signs of trouble Peacekeeping forces Over there Banyan Hong kong: strange haven Middle East and Africa Syria’s civil war The regime digs in Syrian refugees in Turkey Will they ever go home? Libya’s militias Is the tide turning? Iran’s election and the internet Behind a thick curtain Democratic Republic of Congo Bigger guns are on their way The Central African Republic A new grey zone Kenya and Britain Drawing a line Europe Turkey’s upheaval Descent into confrontation The Turkish economy Strong but vulnerable Germany and the euro The ja and nein of euro rescues Vladimir Putin’s Russia Battles over the river Charlemagne L’exception française Britain Sir Mervyn King Leaving the Old Lady Stephen Hester A banker at bay Bagehot What Bohemia built International The G8 agenda The transparency summit Roland Dallas Bluesooth Phone boxes A new calling Business Oil companies in emerging markets Safe sex in Nigeria Consultancies and spy chiefs Hiring digital 007s Spanish companies An ill wind Google buys Waze Street plan Superhero films Superman v Spider-Man Streaming music I dreamed a stream Schumpeter Women bosses in brazil Finance and economics The Fed and emerging markets The end of the affair Buttonwood Quality street Oil prices The triple-digit barrel Indian banks It ain’t over yet Renewed Greek troubles Darkness at midnight Immigration and the public finances Boon or burden? Crowdfunding students Start me up Free exchange Credit in china Science and technology Lifts and skyscrapers The other mile-high club Modelling tsunamis The dangers of insularity AIDS in India The cost of living Animal behaviour Planet of the apes Books and arts China and America Cool war Antarctica South park Contemporary philosophy Pump-primer New fiction Gabriel Weston The unicorn and its mythology Horn of plenty Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at world primary-energy demand Obituary Tim Samaras Chasing the storm June 22nd – 28th 2013 The world this week Leaders Persian power Can Iran be stopped? Tibet A new way forward The Federal Reserve Clearer, but less cuddly Privatising Britain’s banks Buy high, sell low Majoritarianism Zombie democracy Letters On Turkey, immigration, Sweden, the UN, Colombia, LED lighting, tasty chicken Briefing Iran’s nuclear programme Breakout beckons United States The US-Mexico border Secure enough Saving Detroit Iron Orr Nuclear disarmament Obama’s lonely quest Hiring ex-convicts Between a rock and a lawsuit Household debt A lighter ball and chain The Massachusetts Senate race Bay State brawl Lexington Why superman matters The Americas Protests in Brazil Taking to the streets Mining in Brazil Time to dig deep Mining in Ecuador Going for gold Feeding Haiti A new menu Asia The future of Afghanistan Talking to the Taliban Balochistan Poor and terrorized Politics in Nepal Ad hoc country Vietnamese politics Confidence tricks Fuel in Indonesia Unpriming the pump Banyan Sri lanka and its tamils China Tibet policy Bold new proposals Serveillance in Tibet Grid locked Middle East and Africa Iran’s new president Will he make a difference? The Syrian war, arms and diplomacy Barack Obama’s tentative step Libya’s ghost town When bygones aren’t Barack Obama in Africa Late but well - laden Madagascar’s election They just won’t give up Europe French reforms Must we work harder? Turkey’s protests Erdogan cracks down Greece’s government Wobbling along The Greek far right Racist dilemmas Czech politics No more Mr Clean The Russian economy Sputtering Charlemagne The unloved European commission Britain Reforming Britain’s banks Training day Foreign relations Poles apart Celebrating immigration An inconvenient truth Bagehot A lonely charge to syria International Cyber-attacks Computer says no Mitigating DDoS attacks Denying the deniers Global population Faces of the future Business Media conglomerates Breaking up is not so very hard to do The News Corp split Murdoch 2.0 Aircraft-makers Singin’ in the rain Telecoms-equipment makers TransLucent The global cement industry Ready-mixed fortunes Italian fashion Dropped stitches Schumpeter The emerging-brand battle Finance and economics America’s monetary policy Tinker, taper China’s banks The Shibor shock The G8 summit T time Buttonwood Building the next boom America’s municipal-bond market State of pay Mobile money Charging the mobile Professional-services firms Desperately seeking scepticism Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Engineers of a different kind Free exchange The goliaths Science and technology Understanding Alzheimer’s disease Beta testing Safe driving Keep your mind on the road Dendrochronology Not always the ring of truth The future technology of the past Thunderbirds are gone Books and arts The Sino-Japanese war The start of history Life in Gaza Secret worlds Measuring risk Snakes and ladders Money and happiness Buy buy love American presidents and foreign policy A few good men British 20th-century painting The big rupture Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at the rich Obituary Sir Henry Cecil Horses and roses June 29th – July 5th 2013 The world this week Leaders The protests around the world The march of protest China’s cash crunch Bear in the China shop Teaching and technology E-ducation Justice and the armed forces in Pakistan The general in the dock Climate-change policy in America, Europe and China Tepid, timid European Union enlargement Keeping up with the Croats Letters On Iran, coastal homes, Mexico City, PRISM, London, publishing, bosses, Newcastle Briefing Education technology Catching on at last United States Gay marriage The Supreme Court rules Race and voting rights Equality, debated Abortion Ms Davis goes to Austin Immigration A big wall of money The farm bill Stuffed Greetings cards The American way of death Climate change Obama’s plan Lexington The Roberts court The Americas Brazil’s protests The cries are answered Economic reform in Cuba A private affair Sexism in Canada’s Mounties The wild frontier Asia Australian politics We need to talk about Kevin—again Mongolia’s presidential election The incumbent wins Protest in India The little man Floods in India High and wet South-East Asia’s smog Unspontaneous combustion Banyan America and India bicker China Financial reforms Re-education through Shibor Political balancing Mixed messages The new Economic team Take a bow Middle East and Africa The African National Congress A sad and sorry decline Zimbabwe’s coming election The mysterious baba jukwa Libya’s opposition Where green refuses to fade Islam’s old schism Sunnis v Shias, here and there Qatar’s new emir A hard act to follow Crisis in Egypt More worrying than ever Europe Germany in the world The occasional leader Italian politics More trouble ahead French political scandals Tapping along Turkey’s protests Still out on the streets Portugal and the euro Floundering on Albania’s election Edi’s turn Charlemagne Croatia joins the EU Britain Exporting to China Eastward march Immigration Your money is your bond Bagehot The little party behind the throne International Secrecy Snowden’s travels Internet protests The digital demo Prosperity and protest Cry freedom Business European telecoms In a hole Corporate computing Ascending to the cloud Housebuilders in America Through the roof again? Eike batista’s woes Losing the X-factor The higher-education business Honours without profits? Hospital operators and Obamacare Prescription for change German business and English No Denglisch Schumpeter Russia Spooked by shale Finance and economics India’s economy Start me up Buttonwood Cut off by their sugar daddy Mexico’s financial markets Rolling with the punches Banks and interest rates Administer with care Mediobanca A little less tangled Financial bigotry in America The mount holly case Free exchange Property taxes Science and technology Driverless automobiles The car that parks itself Stopping asteroid strikes Defenders of the Earth Cancer and the microbiome A punch in the gut Art and the animal kingdom Of mice and Manet Books and arts Indian growth The poverty conundrum Cyber-warfare Digital doomsters Economic power History tales Consolations of the forest Alone in a cabin Horace and me Lessons of a latin lover The art of meschac gaba Making space Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look foreign direct investment Obituary Lancelote Rodrigues Macau’s refugee priest

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