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Part 2: Navigating China’s Crisis of Confidence: Policy Challenges and Implications

Delving deeper into the specific policy challenges that China's policymakers are grappling with and the potential implications for the nation's economic trajectory.

Part 1: The Struggle of China’s Economy Amidst Crisis and Declining Confidence

Earlier this year, China had emerged from nearly three years of Covid-related lockdowns, and the economy was poised for a resurgence. However, this optimism quickly faded.


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Harnessing Team Cohesion: Lessons from Astronaut Studies for Businesses

The success of space missions depends heavily on the team's ability to function as a cohesive unit, making the study of astronaut teams a valuable resource for businesses seeking to optimize their own team dynamics.

The pandemic did not change everything: Part 2, retiring the myth of early retirements

Contrary to initial predictions, Americans between the ages of 55 and 64 rapidly re-entered the job market.

The pandemic did not change everything: Part 1, the “she-cession”

In the early stages of the pandemic, women were disproportionately affected, facing significant job losses in what was dubbed the "she-cession.” But did it last?

The End of the Great Resignation? Part 2

In just two years, the economy managed to reverse approximately a quarter of the inequality increase since 1980.

The End of the Great Resignation? Part 1

Over the past two years, the United States has witnessed a tidal wave of job changes as tens of millions of Americans left their positions, but recent data indicates that the wave of resignations is subsiding.

The Business History of the 4th of July: A Celebration of Patriotism and Consumerism

While the holiday holds immense historical and patriotic significance, the 4th of July has also evolved into a major business opportunity for various industries.

Analysing the Dollar-Euro Relationship in the Post-Great Recession Era

The key factors and trends, supported by relevant statistics, that have shaped the dollar-euro relationship in the years following the financial crisis.

The Challenges and Reassessment of Globalization, Part 2: Promises and Pitfalls

The dual nature of globalisation, the rise of China, and the challenges faced by developing countries amidst the pandemic and geopolitical conflicts.

The Challenges and Reassessment of Globalization, Part 1: A Reckoning for the Global Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic and its far-reaching consequences have prompted a reassessment of the global economy and the assumptions that underpin globalisation.

Evolving Dynamics of Worker Loyalty in Fortune 500 Culture

Worker loyalty has been a cornerstone of business success, and the Fortune 500 companies have long epitomised this ideal, but times are changing.