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BoE's King says global crisis "far from over" LONDON - The world's economic crisis is far from over and many unexpected "twists and turns" will occur before it can be safely declared over, Bank of England Governor Mervyn King said on Monday. Lloyds pays 25 staff more than 1 million pounds each
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Filmed at The New School , the videos were produced by Maggie Owsley , an intern of Open Lens Media - a non-profit organization that produces media for social change. This eight session lecture series, from Spring 2009, is taught by Dr.
We review methodological issues that arise in designing, implementing and evaluating the efficacy of 'light' paternalistic policies. In contrast to traditional 'heavy-handed' approaches to paternalism, light paternalistic policies aim to enhance individual choice without restricting it.