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Código:HR 330 JUN-SET 2014 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
Ubicación:Planta baja estanteria cerrada
Autor Personal:The Economist Newspaper Limited
TítuloThe economist
Ciudad: New York
Editorial: The Economist Newspaper Limited
Año: 2014
Descripción:varias paginaciones; il. 27 cm.
Notas:F. I. 04/01/2015
Palabras Claves:ECONOMÍA;
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Código:HR 330 JUN-SET 2014 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
100:The Economist Newspaper Limited
245The economist
260:New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2014:
300:varias paginaciones; il. 27 cm.
500:F. I. 04/01/2015
650:ECONOMÍA;
653Economía; Revista

The Economist Newspaper Limited. The economist. -- . --New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2014. # Ingreso:1038807

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CONTENIDO JUNE 7TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS Football Beautiful game, dirty business The EU PRESIDENCY The perfils of Merkelvellianism Climate change In praise of second best Satellites Space: the next startup frontier A vote for peace LETTERS On Google, India, Chile, Ukraine, Italy, Thomas Piketty, washing machines BRIEFING Football A game of two halves UNITED STATES Climate policy Obama’s green gamble Republican primaries Mud pie Money in politics A modest proposal After prison Free, but unsupervised Love and chemical war Hardly a Bond villain The most- and least-unequal counties Norway, Texas Lexington The meaning of Bowe Bergdahl THE AMERICAS Medellín’s comeback The trouble with miracles The Columbia River Treaty Salmon en route Stray dogs in Chile Spay as you go ASIA Japanese politics Moment of reckoning The politics of Karachi East of Edgware Taiwan Lost in Romanisation Lost in Romanisation Marine protection in the Pacific Bul or no bul Banyan Accommodating China CHINA Hong Kong’s politics Fears for the future Bitcoin in Hong Kong Still different Linguistic purity Barbarians at the gate TECHNOLOGY QUARTERLY After page 50 MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Syria’s war Why Bshar Assad survives Palestinian politics An awkward new government Iran and family planning Make more babies Islam and apostasy Show who’s boss Qatar´s place in the world Too rich for its own good Libyan chaos Drawing the battle lines Guinea and its iron ore Let the people benefit Nigeria´s gays Almost nobody to help EUROPE Russia and the West European adventures Poland and America Troops in Poland and America Troops in French politics A presidential problem Spain’s monarchy Winds of change The Hanoverians’ tercentenary Ties that bind Charlemagne Europe´s nervous Jews BRITAIN Scottish devolution How to woo a nationalist Tidal power Shooting the Moon Beached in Brussels INTERNATIONAL The growing stink at FIFA The case for a replay Technology in classrooms Taking the learning tablets BUSINESS Japanese luxury cars The limits to Infiniti Apple Frictionless fruit Drug prices Costly cures Dataminr Mining for tweets of gold German power generators Looking for lifelines GE and Alstom Soft power Television in Brazil Globo domination Schumpeter Dissecting the Kochtopus FINANCE AND ECONOMICS The German economy A fragile strength Banamex Tabasco sauce Priming China’s economy Don’t say stimulus Buttonwood Land of the falling yield Funds of funds Not dead yet Operation Choke Point To catch a thief, throttle a banker India’s corporate debt Stand and delever Free exchange Narrow-minded SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY The Amazon rainforest Cutting down on cutting down Computer security Tales from the TrueCrypt Extrasolar planets A three-way split BOOKS AND ARTS James Joyce’s “Ulysses” Dangerous words A discovery of paper Happy find Leonard Cohen Redemption Robert Ames A good spy Football and Brazil Intersections Art from Brazil Tropical growth ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 Economies, plus our Monthly poll of forecasters OBITUARY Maya Angelou Whiter, dancer, singer and Civil-rights activist JUNE 14TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS The capture of Mosul Terror’s new headquarters American politics Be brave, Republicans A new Palestinian government Give it a chance Energy subsidies Scrap them Banking and crime Hitting at terrorists, hurting businesses LETTERS On Turkey, Michael Oakeshott, Mexico, Europe’s elections BRIEFING The Republican Party Triumph and tragedy UNITED STATES Chicago Rahmbo’s toughest mission Teacher tenure Brown v Board, the sequel Health-care jobs The fever cools Military spending Silencing the “farts of death” Marine ecology Turning oil rigs into reefs Lexington What Hillary Clinton´s Memoir is for The Americas Mexico’s drug war Tracing the missing Bello Latín America ´s LEFT Comparing Brazil’s states Welcome to Italordan Argentine politics The vice-president in Trouble ASIA Pakistan Sharif v Sharif South Korea’s most wanted man Yoo who? Vietnam and the South China Sea Rigged Tsunami defences The Great Wall of Japan Banyan Across the Himalayas CHINA Malnutrition The hungry and forgotten Obesity Chubby little emperors MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Iraq and Syria The jihadists advance Israel’s new president A one-stater, at last Iran and the veil Get it off, put it on Nigeria’s Muslim north A moder-minded emir South Africa Much too fat EUROPE Germany and the EU Still a sorry mess Hungarian politics The Lazar affair The French and monarchy Vive la reine! Ireland’s missing babies The search for the truth Syrian women in Turkey At risk Corruption in Ukraine Ostrich zoo and cars Charlemagne The EU and Israel BRITAIN Islam in schools Going by the book Taxis and minicabs Monopolists unite Ulster Muslims On the Other foot Bagehot Michael Gove, school swot INTERNATIONAL Sexual violence in war Drawing a line Footbal and psychology The English disease BUSINESS Hewlett-Packard Still in the garage German business DAX max Pharmaceuticals in China So long, easy money Elon Musk’s gigafactory Assault on batteries Business in Saudi Arabia Half-opening the gates French cultural industries Luvvies up in arms Schumpeter Old-tech revivals FINANCE AND ECONOMICS International banking Poor correspondents Buttonwood Hail retail investors Warburg Pincus Private equity the hard Way Comodity finance in China An assay-light strategy The ownership of Italian firms Untangled Energy subsidies Price squeeze Investing and the weather Jackpot frost Umpqua Bank Branching out Free exchange The cost of the When science gets it wrong SIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Let the light shine in Maintaining sewers It’s a gas Malaria control X marks the spot Ancient fish Who’s the daddy? Asteroid strikes Where have all the craters gone? BOOKS AND ARTS Golf in China Birdies, bribes and bulldozers Stefan Zweig Song of exile American fiction Lost in the woods The oracle of Delphi Fortune-told Baghdad A history of violence Marina abr ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at market volatility OBITUARY Wojciech Jaruzelski Communist general and Military ruler of Poland JUNE 21ST 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS Technology How far can Amazon go? The Sunni rebellion in Iraq Desperate odds Hong Kong and China A showdown looms Central banks Higher rates can wait Russia and Ukraine Unblinking Putin LETTERS Letters On Ukraine, Singapore, employment, housing, food trucks, the John Birch Society, football BRIEFING Amazon Relentless.com UNITED STATES Foreign policy “Iraq is not going to be a perfect place” The Republicans The gallop to replace Cantor Ahmed Abu Khattala The firebrand of Benghazi arrested The IRS scandal A dog ate my e-mails Drone pilots Dilbert at war Place names Odd and True Child-free businesses Nippers not wanted Dope to your door (24) Lexington Charlie Rangel´s fight THE AMERICAS Argentina’s debt A gogod week for vultures Bello Venezuela´s economy Canada’s pipelines A go or a no? Colombia’s election Four more years ASIA Afghanistan’s votes Stuffed again Indonesia’s election Paint it black Migrant workers in Thailand The exodus Kazakhstan The bear on the doorstep Sri Lanka’s Muslims Buddhist power Banyan Indian´s Congress regroups CHINA Tibet Taming the west Foreign NGOs Doing good MIDDLE EAST AND AF Iraq Sunni rebellion How did it come to this? The forces in Iraq Both smug and fearful The forces in Iraq Why Iraq’s army crumbled The Kurds and Iraq A winning hand The view from Iran Both smug and fearful Terrorism in Kenya Frightening tourists away Israel and Palestine Stirring bad blood EUROPE Russia and Ukraine Ratchet up, ratchet down Eastern Ukraine Bulgaria´s government Screams and streams French rail strikes Unhappiness is the truth Germany’s media An unwholesome nexus Polish politics Vistulagate Charlemagne The Nordics and NATO BRITAIN Britain’s global banks Now you see them… ) House prices Bagehot Afeeble foreing policy INTERNATIONAL The growth of cities Roads of redemption The surge in refugees Flight of the dispossessed BUSINESS Fosun Riding the rich, grey Chinese wave Tax-driven mergers Inverse logic Medical devices Heart to heart Educating employees From baristas to BA-ristas Shipping lines Scattering the fleet Online travel agents Sun, sea and surfing Schumpeter Leviathan as capitalist FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Monetary policy and asset prices A narrow path Buttonwood Counting the cost of finance Trading the yuan Yuawn Japan’s regional banks Game of gnomes Bailing in banks’ bondholders Hungry Hypo Oil and Iraq Burning at both ends Euronext Independnt at last Free exchange Manipulating patents SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Early man Probing the chamber of secrets Autism Rain mouse Treating diabetes There’s an app for that Nitrogen-fixing ferns Aquatic alfalfa BOOKS AND ARTS Indonesia Improbable nation Saving America From broken government Britain’s SOE in Italy Secret struggle Sir Isaac Newton Magician´s brain Montreal ´s big party All that jazz Economic and financial Indicators Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at oil production OBITUARY Chester Nez The last of América´s Navajo code-talkers JUNE 28TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS Higher education Creative destruction Reform in Japan The third arrow Poland’s second golden age Europe’s unlikely star Taxing America’s diaspora FATCA’s flaws The drugs debate A half-smoked joint Briefing The future of universities The digital degree UNITED STATES America’s crumbling infrastructure Bridging the gap Climate change and the economy Scorche crops, flooded homes The Supreme Court Hands off my phone Close encounters of the slurred kind Everything you need to know about UFOs Aliens are polite Primary battles The Tea Party, scalded Anti-vaccine campaigners Celebrities make us sick Lexington Chinese garden diplomacy BRIEFING Child migration to the United States Under-age, on the move THE AMERICAS The World Cup in Brazil The half-time verdict Bello El niño ASIA Abenomics speed up The battle for Japan Japan and its sex slaves Looking for loopholes Pakistan at war Better late than never? India’s nuclear diplomacy Late addition Repression in Tajikistan Ask no questions Corruption in the Philippines Over a barrel CHINA Fewer people kill Themselves… Back from the edge Official suicides … a spate of official Suicides Pushed to the brink Naval gazing Sea change MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Iraq´s civil war The jihadists´plan Jordan and Iraq Neighbourly nerves Egypt´s new government Marching on, to the past Libya´s election Dismal about democracy Nigueria´s displaced A rising tide of misery SPECIAL REPORT: POLAND A golden opportunity After EUROPE Reform in France Valls’s difficult climb Spain’s recovery Bouncing back Turkey’s prime minister Generals, judges and presidents Romanian politics Oh, brother A capital issue Charlemagne Junker as president BRITAIN Interest-rates rises Don’t hold your breath After the hacking trial Rules and regulators Drug prohibition Khat and mouse Bagehot Andy Coulson´s maligh Legacy INTERNATIONAL Digital identity cards Estonia takes the plunge Digital typography Ways with word BUSINESS General Electric A hard act to follow The state as shareholder Raison d ´état Busines in Italy Raising a half-full glass to Renzi Etihad Flying against convention Oil shale Flaming rocks Higher education A winning recipe Schumpeter Napster´s legacy FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Tax evasion Dropping the bomb Buttonwood Soaring stockmarkets Foreign banks in China Lenders of little resort Restructuring sovereign Debt Busted flush Dubai´s stokmarket Sandstorm Shadow banking in India The mystery of Sahara Free exchange Wealth by degrees Science and technology Particie physics The ghosts and the Machine Solar cells Tiny balls of fire Plant evolution Double or quits Genes, cannabis and Schizophrenia Apuff of logic BOOKS AND ARTS Lessons from Nixon The populist manifesto Tour de France Strung out Anthropocene World domination Muslims in Britain Under the spotlight Justice in New York Courtly Love The estate of Roald Dahl Roald gold Economic and financial Indicators Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Lool at global mergers and Acquisitions Obituary Isaac Patch CIA book-smugggler, Civil-rights campaigner And naturalist SEPTEMBER 13TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS Scottish independence Uk rip? Fighting Islamic State The long haul Share buy-backs Corporate cocaine Emerging economies Hold the catch-up Advertising and Technology Stalkers, Inc. Foreign funding of NEGOS Uncivil societies LETTERS On American business, Chinese, Los Angeles, Nigeria, Europe, interns BRIEFING Economic convergence The headwinds return UNITED STATES Barack Obama and Islamic State It´s war again Immigration policy Ready, steady, do nothing Primary elections Why Rhode Island matters California politics Rebranding Republicans Where guns are fired Calling the shots Who gets murdered Young black men BuyPartisan An app to ruin shopping The richest members of Congress Money and power Lexington Greg Orman, moderate Revolutionary THE AMERICAS Stephen Harper Canada´s political predator Bello Remembering dirty wars The Petrobras affair A charged campaing Suicide in Guyana Desperate measures ASIA Thailand after the coup Unifor reation The Andaman islands From outpost to Springboard Floods in India and Pakistan Down the river New Zealand´s politics Key asset Banyan Too much on in Myanmar CHINA Soft power Confucius Institutes Noxious tableware Hazardous chopsticks Online entertainment SPECIAL REPORT: ADVERTISING AND TECHNOLOGY Little brother After MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Islamic State Fighting global jihadism Somalia Shabab decapitation Yemen Who´s Houthi? Social media in Saudi Arabia A virtual Europe Sweden´s election The eight-year itch French public finances Retropédalage Germany and the euro You Kant do that Poland´s government After Tusk Turkey´s president Secularists at bay Russia and Ukraine A brief intermission Charlemagne European Commission Portfolios BRITAIN Scottish independence Rise of the ayes A pro-union cairn Stone roses The constitution The Unitedish kingdom Markets and Scotland More questions than Answer Bagehot How Scotland went mad International Foreign funding of NGOs Donors: keep out Efficiency in education New school values BUSINESS Share buy-backs The repurchase revolution Apple´s future Reluctant reformation Swiss watches and the Apple Watch It´s not about time Car rentals Hire purpose Netflix expands in Europe An American in Paris Schumpeter Management ideas from China FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Islamic finance Big interest, no interest Buttonwood The flaws of Fund-management Japan´s economy Sling and arrows Coco bonds Mass conversion A banking giant and a Giant bank Emilio Botín The euro-zone economy Asset-backed indolence Free exchange SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Ebola Fast-tracking treatments Battery technology Caging the Li-ion Sex and back pain Assume the position BOOKS AND ARTS The South China Sea Waves of trouble Santiago Carrillo The last Stalinist The birth of Istanbul Midnight at the Pera Palace Thomas Cromwell Henry´s hooray The making of China Mighty Ming Economic and financial Indicators Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at world GDP OBITUARY Joan Rivers The last laugh SEPTEMBER 13TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS Scottish independence UK RIP? Fighting Islamic State The long haul Share buy-backs Corporate cocaine Hold the catch-up Advertising and technology Stalkers, Inc. Foreign funding of NGOs Uncivil societies LETTERS On American business, Chinese, population, Los Angeles, Nigeria, tropical forests, Europe, interns BRIEFING Economic convergence The headwinds return UNITED STATES Barack Obama and Islamic State It´s war again Immigration policy Ready, steady, do nothing Primary elections Why Rhode Island matters California politics Rebranding Republicans Neel Kashkari v Jerry Brown Rebranding Republicans in California Where guns are fired Calling the shots Who gets murdered Young black men BuyPartisan An app to ruin shopping The richest members of Congress Money and power Lexington Greg Orman, moderate Revolutionary The Americas The Americas Stephen Harper The political predator Bello Remembering disty wars The Petrobras affair A charged campaign Suicide Desperate measures ASIA Thailand after the coup Uniform reaction The Andaman Islands From outpost to springboard Floods in India and Pakistan Down the river New Zealand’s politics Key asset Banyan Too much on China Soft power Confucius says Noxious tableware Hazardous chopsticks Online entertainment A craze too foreign Special report: Advertising and technology Little brother After MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Islamic State Fighting global jihadism Somalia Shabab decapitation Yemen Who’s Houthi? Social media in Saudi Arabia A virtual revolution South Africa Spy v spy Kenya and the international court President off the hook? EUROPE Sweden’s election The eight-year itch French public finances Rétropédalage Germany and the euro You Kant do that Poland’s government After Tusk Turkey’s president Secularists at bay Russia and Ukraine A brief intermission Charlemagne European Commission Portfolios BRITAIN Scottish independence Rise of the ayes Stone roses Stone roses The constitución The Unitedish Kingdom Markets and Scotland More questions than answers Bagehor How Scotland went mad INTERNATIONAL Foreign funding of NGOs Donors: keep out Efficiency in education New school values BUSINESS Share buy-backs The repurchase revolution Apple’s future Reluctant reformation Swiss watches and the Apple Watch It’s not about time Car rentals Hire purpose Netflix expands in Europe An American in Paris Schumpeter Management ideas from China FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Islamic finance Big interest, no interest Buttonwood The flaws of Fund-management Slings and arrows “Coco” bonds Mass conversion The euro-zone economy Asset-backed indolence Free exchange Scotland´s monetary Future SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Ebola Fast-tracking treatments Battery technology Caging the Li-ion Sex and back pain Assume the position BOOKS AND ARTS The South China Sea Waves of trouble Santiago Carrillo The last Stalinist The birt of Istanbul Midnight at the Pera Palace Thomas Cromwell Henry’s hooray The making of China Mighty Ming ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at world OBITUARY Joan Rivers SETEMBER 20TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS The rise and rise of Xi Jinping Xi who must be obeyed Health care in America How to fix Obamacare Ebola Chasing a rolling snowball Inequality and the Narrowing tax base Too reliant on the few Greenhouse gases Paris via Montreal LETTERS On Azerbaijan, work, air traffic, Ukraine, heating, Grades, Google BRIEFING Curbing climate change The deepest cuts Eucouraging climate Action Tryjam today Towards a treaty The shadow of Copenhagen INITED STATES Obamacare Is it working? Private health care The problem-solvers The NFL and violence The poilitics of outrage Confronting Islamic State A war by any other name Country music and Tourism What Nashville does for Nashville Drought in California Painting the lawn green Lexington Hillary in Iowa THE AMERICAS Venezuela ´s economy Of oil and coconut water Bello Rethinking industrial Policy Laudering drug momey México´s washing–up Migration via México Taming the beast ASIA Politics in Bangladesh One and only one Health care in Vietnam Limping along The press in Japan Gotcha South Asia and China Xi Jimping´s progression Banyan Pax Sinica CHINA Revolutionary history Chinese politics The power of Xi Jinping Xi Jinping´s father MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Confronting Islamic State An improbable alliance Punishment in Saudi Arabia The other beheaders Egypt Al-Sisi Ascendant Health in west Africa Help in the time of Ebola Ngeria´s online retailers E-bola EUROPE Ukraine and Russia Win some, lose more Russian oligarchs Yukos 2.0? Sweden’s election Lofwen´s coalition problem German politics There is an Alternative …and anti-Semitism Who is the Other now? French politics The long road to 2017 Italy´s economy Renzi redux Charlemagne Europe´s neighbourhood BRITAIN The public finances A tax-free recovery Confronting Islamic State Back into the fray Religión and cricket Hallowed be thy game Bagehot Clan Douglas INTERNATIONAL Addresses Getting on the map Addresses Getting from A to B Think-tanks and Journalism Making the headlines BUSINESS Companies and Geopolitical risk Profits in a time of war Energy in Europe The gasman cutteth Brewery mergers Foamy warl Huawei The great disrupter Sony´s woes Pouring cold water Air France Strikers against reality Schumpeter FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Shareholder rights Out of control Buttonwood The trouble with hedge Funds Saving in poor countries Beyond cows China´s economy Sputtering CaixaBank Now, make money Corporate tax dodging Transfer policing Tax inversions Inverse logic Free exchange The benefits of abolishing Cash SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Artificial sweeteners Saccharin solution? Mining the microbiome For medicines Set a thief Fusión power Interative processes Extreme altruism Right on! BOOKS AND ARTS Napoleon Flawed aparkler Beethoven Sturm und Drang Pakistan´s army Power and politics Peter Thiel on startups How ti build the future The Camp David Agreement Thirteen days The Wallace Collection Wall candy Economic and financial Indicators Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at mobile money in Developing countries OBITUARY Ian Paisley No surrender SEPTEMBER 20TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS The rise and rise of Xi Jinping Xi who must be obeyed Health care in America How to fix Obamacare Ebola Chasing a rolling snowball Inequality and the narrowing tax base Too reliant on the few Greenhouse gases Paris via Montreal LETTERS On Azerbaijan, work, air traffic, interns, Ukraine, heating, grades, batteries, Google BRIEFING Curbing climate change The deepest cuts Encouraging climate action Try jam today Towards a treaty The shadow of Copenhagen UNITED STATES Obamacare It is working? Private health care The NFL and violence The politics of outrage Confronting Islamic State A war by any other name Country music and tourism What Nashville does green Drought in California Painting the lawn green Lexington Hillary in Iowa THE AMERICAS Venezuela’s economy Of oil and coconut water Bello Rethinking industrial Policy Laundering Mexico’s drug money México´s Washing up Migration via México Taming the beast ASIA Politics in Bangladesh One and only one Health care in Vietnam Limping along The press in Japan Gotcha Politics in Fiji Back into the fold South Asia and China Xi Jinping’s progression Banyan Pax Sinica CHINA Chinese politics The power of Xi Jinping Revolutionary history Xi Jimping´s father MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Confronting Islamic State An improbable alliance Punishment in Saudi Arabia The other beheaders Egypt Al-Sisi Ascendant Health in west Africa Help in the time of Ebola Nigeria’s online retailers E-bola EUROPE Ukraine and Russia Win some, lose more Russian oligarchs Yukos 2.0? Sweden’s election Lofven’s coalition problem German politics There is an Alternative Anti-Semitism in Germany Who is the Other now? French politics The long road to 2017 Italy’s economy Renzi redux CharlemagneEurope´S neighbourhood BRITAIN The public finances A tax-free recovery Confronting Islamic State Back intio the fray Religion and cricket Hallowed be thy game The collapse of Phones 4U Bagehot Clan Douglas INTERNATIONAL Addresses (1) Getting on the map Addresses (2) Getting from A to B Think-tanks and journalism Making the headlines Correction BUSINESS Companies and geopolitical risk Profits in a time of war Energy in Europe The gasman cutteth Brewery mergers Foamy war Huawei The great disrupter’s new targets Sony’s woes Pouring cold water Air France Strikers against reality Aircraft cabins Piketty Airways Schumpeter Entrepreneurs anonymous FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Shareholder rights Out of control Buttonwood Can’t pay, won’t pay Saving in poor countries Beyond cows China’s economy A test of will CaixaBank Now, make money Corporate tax dodging Transfer policing Tax inversions Inverse logic Free exchange Leaving dead presidents in peace SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Artificial sweeteners Saccharin solution? Mining the microbiome for medicines Set a thief... Fusion power Iterative processes Extreme altruism Right on! BOOKS AND ARTS Napoleon Flawed sparkler Beethoven Sturm und drang Pakistan´s army Power and politics Peter Thiel on startups How to build the future The Camp David Agreement Thirteen days The Wallace Collection Wall candy ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL Indicators Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at mobile money in developing countries Obituary Obituary Ian Paisley SEPTEMBER 27TH 2014 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS America and Islamic State Mission relaunched The British constitution Now for the English question Corporate saving in Asia A $2.5 trillion problem The future of banking You’re boring. Get used to it China’s water crisis Grand new canals LETTERS On memorials, share buy-backs, Scotland, Apple, recycling, driving, Joan Rivers BRIEFING Attacks on Islamic State Another long war The Khorasan group New kids on the block Syria’s deadlocked war No solution UNITED STATES Barack Obama and the economy The woes of the average Joe The Arkansas Senate race Fried pickles and Ebola Florida’s second district Republican knightmares The marriage market Where have all the good Men gone? Fare Ladies Women-only cabs Fare Ladies Lexington Border panic THE AMERICAS Brazil’s presidential election The battle for Brazil Bello The right in South America Canada’s Giant Mine Giant headache Lonesome George Ecuador´s tortoise ASIA Afghanistan Democracy, Afghan-style India in space MOMs are from Mars India’s ruling party Floating high Hate speech in Japan Spin and substance Conscripts in South Korea Blood, sweat and tears Banyan The puzzle to the key China Water consumption Diverting water north A canal too far Uighur activism A lone voice silenced MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Electricity in Africa Lighting a dark continent Islamist insurgency in Nigeria Unrest in the home of peace South African holidays TG it´s braai day Libya´s rival governments Too many chiefs Yemen´s violent politics Houthis take over EUROPE Hungary’s prime minister Orban the Unstoppable Germany’s economy Three illusions The western Balkans and the EU In the queue Nicolas Sarkozy’s return Je reviens Ukraine in turmoil A Somalia scenario? Rebel areas in Ukraine Significant variations Charlemagne The EU and secession BRITAIN The state of the union Let England shake More power to cities Devo Manc Bagehot The dreary world of Ed INTERNATIONAL Separatism after Scotland Where the dream lives on Separatism in Africa Why can’t we do it peacefully? Falling child mortality The causes of a welcome trend Minority languages Cookies, caches and cows BUSINESS Samsung Waiting in the wings Oracle’s boss resigns Transition, not succession Tesco’s crisis A hard rain Tesco’s accounting problems Not so funny The legal business The default choice Pharmaceuticals Priceless pills Gambling in Japan Balls in the air Schumpeter Tall, male CEOs FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Global banks No respite Buttonwood Financial journalism Investing in Chinese shares Rickety rails India’s economy Reform à la Modi Car loans in America Bad carma Arab Bank Consorting with terrorists Taxing corporate cash A tempting target Free exchange The economics of Separatism SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Astrophysics Dust to dust Human evolution Fireside tales Peanut allergy Browned off Scientific publishing Grand openings BOOKS AND ARTS Francis Fukuyama The end of harmony Oil in Ecuador Murky truth Decrypting Google Don’t be modest New fiction Another Yalta conference The Boston Symphony Orchestra Electric conductor Obituary William Oliver Champion of the littlest pigs ECONOMIC AND FINANCE AL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 Economies, plus a closer Look at world merchandise Exports OBITUARY William Oliver Champion of the littlest pigs

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