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  • Authors: Spina, Valerie;

    In the midst of the mass media coverage of migrants and refugees, Tom Saxby (graphic designer) and Daniel Castro (photographer) set out to capture a different version of the truth. Over 7 weeks they visited refugee and migrant ‘hot spots’, and when they came back they brought their community a passport of people on their way to a better life. Saxby and Castro shared their story with Polis/LSE’s Journalism Summer School. This report by Polis Summer School student Valerie Spina.

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  • Authors: Begg, Iain;

    Earlier this year, the so called ‘Five Presidents’ report’, authored by Jean-Claude Juncker, Donald Tusk, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Mario Draghi, and Martin Schulz, was published, outlining plans for strengthening economic and monetary union. Iain Begg writes on proposals adopted by the European Commission on 21 October to implement the recommendations in the report. He notes that the new plans show Eurozone reforms with a decidedly integrating impact are going ahead, and that there could be some potential consequences for the UK’s attempts to renegotiate its EU membership.

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  • Authors: Bonney, Norman;

    The Smith Commission is the body tasked with recommending proposals for the final status of Scottish devolution following the referendum on Scottish independence. Norman Bonney argues that state religion should not be left out of the equation, and the special constitutional status of Presbytarianism and the continued role of Bishops in the House of Lords occasionally voting on Scottish matters should be looked at and reformed.

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  • Authors: Allo, Awol;

    LSE’s Awol Allo explores the conflicting legacy of Ethiopia’s former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.

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  • Authors: Allen, Pauline;

    After two and a half decades of marketization, Pauline Allen argues that the attitudes of NHS managers towards competition in our health services are changing. Whilst in general NHS managers remain committed to co-operation and collaboration, pockets of pro-competitive thinking are present. However, a lack of clear policy direction leaves many managers preoccupied first of all with preserving their own organisation’s interests and identities.

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  • Authors: Beckett, Charlie;

    As I flew over the Canadian ice-pack on my way to a new media conference (oops, a bit less ice now thanks to long-haul travel…) I finally get the chance to catch up on some reading. So I delve in to the further reaches of the Pew Report on American Media. It is a massive annual survey of all aspects of US media. When you turn to the bit on citizen journalism it has some interesting thoughts based upon a research survey of 25 news sites and 39 blogs.

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  • Authors: Cottakis, Michael; Yilmaz, Gözde;

    Modern Turkey was built on the foundations of the Ottoman Empire, but how has this legacy shaped Turkish economic development? Drawing on new research, Michael Cottakis and Gözde Yilmaz demonstrate how patterns of uneven regional development across Turkey reflect the country’s complex past.

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  • Authors: Zhivitskaya, Maria;

    In Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever, Robin Wigglesworth explores the emergence of the index fund as an unrivalled invention in recent financial history. Taking the reader on a road trip through the history of financial markets, this readable book will be enjoyed by those who have studied economics and are interested in connecting familiar concepts, writes Maria Zhivitskaya. Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever. Robin Wigglesworth. Penguin Business. 2020.

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  • Authors: Ewen, Janine;

    Janine Ewen is currently working as a researcher and news writer in Public Health and Human Rights. Her expertise falls into humanitarian work in East Africa treating and teaching in overseas sustainable First Aid. Janine conducted primary research in Rio de Janeiro on the expected impacts that sex workers would face as a result of the World Cup 2014, with an examination of Brazil’s response to HIV/AIDS. She also worked in Health Promotion with street children in the Favelas surrounding the Maracanã stadium (one of the sites for the FIFA World Cup 2014 and main site for the Olympics 2016). Janine returned from Rio three weeks ago where she presented at the 2nd International Mega Events and Cities Conference. Janine was acknowledged by the Red Cross last year at the Humanitarian Citizens Award ceremony and next month is due to attend the International Transparency School of Integrity in Lithuania to discuss global corruption and organised crime. Given the nature of the incident described in this report, all witness statements and comments will remain anonymous.

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  • Authors: Genovese, Jacopo;

    The Italian general elections held in February resulted in parliamentary deadlock, and debates of who were the winners and losers still continue. Partito Democratico (PD), the centre-left coalition led by Pierluigi Bersani, and the Popolo della Libertà (PDL) party of Silvio Berlosconi nearly tied with just over 29% each. However, commentators tend to agree that the real winner was Beppe Grillo with his Movimento 5 Stelle (M5S), which surpassed all predictions by obtaining 25.5% of all votes in just its first appearance in national elections. But according to Polis Intern Jacopo Genovese there is one clear loser that only a few pundits have mentioned: Italian journalism.

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  • Authors: Spina, Valerie;

    In the midst of the mass media coverage of migrants and refugees, Tom Saxby (graphic designer) and Daniel Castro (photographer) set out to capture a different version of the truth. Over 7 weeks they visited refugee and migrant ‘hot spots’, and when they came back they brought their community a passport of people on their way to a better life. Saxby and Castro shared their story with Polis/LSE’s Journalism Summer School. This report by Polis Summer School student Valerie Spina.

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  • Authors: Begg, Iain;

    Earlier this year, the so called ‘Five Presidents’ report’, authored by Jean-Claude Juncker, Donald Tusk, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Mario Draghi, and Martin Schulz, was published, outlining plans for strengthening economic and monetary union. Iain Begg writes on proposals adopted by the European Commission on 21 October to implement the recommendations in the report. He notes that the new plans show Eurozone reforms with a decidedly integrating impact are going ahead, and that there could be some potential consequences for the UK’s attempts to renegotiate its EU membership.

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  • Authors: Bonney, Norman;

    The Smith Commission is the body tasked with recommending proposals for the final status of Scottish devolution following the referendum on Scottish independence. Norman Bonney argues that state religion should not be left out of the equation, and the special constitutional status of Presbytarianism and the continued role of Bishops in the House of Lords occasionally voting on Scottish matters should be looked at and reformed.

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  • Authors: Allo, Awol;

    LSE’s Awol Allo explores the conflicting legacy of Ethiopia’s former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.

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  • Authors: Allen, Pauline;

    After two and a half decades of marketization, Pauline Allen argues that the attitudes of NHS managers towards competition in our health services are changing. Whilst in general NHS managers remain committed to co-operation and collaboration, pockets of pro-competitive thinking are present. However, a lack of clear policy direction leaves many managers preoccupied first of all with preserving their own organisation’s interests and identities.

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  • Authors: Beckett, Charlie;

    As I flew over the Canadian ice-pack on my way to a new media conference (oops, a bit less ice now thanks to long-haul travel…) I finally get the chance to catch up on some reading. So I delve in to the further reaches of the Pew Report on American Media. It is a massive annual survey of all aspects of US media. When you turn to the bit on citizen journalism it has some interesting thoughts based upon a research survey of 25 news sites and 39 blogs.

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  • Authors: Cottakis, Michael; Yilmaz, Gözde;

    Modern Turkey was built on the foundations of the Ottoman Empire, but how has this legacy shaped Turkish economic development? Drawing on new research, Michael Cottakis and Gözde Yilmaz demonstrate how patterns of uneven regional development across Turkey reflect the country’s complex past.

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  • Authors: Zhivitskaya, Maria;

    In Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever, Robin Wigglesworth explores the emergence of the index fund as an unrivalled invention in recent financial history. Taking the reader on a road trip through the history of financial markets, this readable book will be enjoyed by those who have studied economics and are interested in connecting familiar concepts, writes Maria Zhivitskaya. Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever. Robin Wigglesworth. Penguin Business. 2020.

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  • Authors: Ewen, Janine;

    Janine Ewen is currently working as a researcher and news writer in Public Health and Human Rights. Her expertise falls into humanitarian work in East Africa treating and teaching in overseas sustainable First Aid. Janine conducted primary research in Rio de Janeiro on the expected impacts that sex workers would face as a result of the World Cup 2014, with an examination of Brazil’s response to HIV/AIDS. She also worked in Health Promotion with street children in the Favelas surrounding the Maracanã stadium (one of the sites for the FIFA World Cup 2014 and main site for the Olympics 2016). Janine returned from Rio three weeks ago where she presented at the 2nd International Mega Events and Cities Conference. Janine was acknowledged by the Red Cross last year at the Humanitarian Citizens Award ceremony and next month is due to attend the International Transparency School of Integrity in Lithuania to discuss global corruption and organised crime. Given the nature of the incident described in this report, all witness statements and comments will remain anonymous.

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  • Authors: Genovese, Jacopo;

    The Italian general elections held in February resulted in parliamentary deadlock, and debates of who were the winners and losers still continue. Partito Democratico (PD), the centre-left coalition led by Pierluigi Bersani, and the Popolo della Libertà (PDL) party of Silvio Berlosconi nearly tied with just over 29% each. However, commentators tend to agree that the real winner was Beppe Grillo with his Movimento 5 Stelle (M5S), which surpassed all predictions by obtaining 25.5% of all votes in just its first appearance in national elections. But according to Polis Intern Jacopo Genovese there is one clear loser that only a few pundits have mentioned: Italian journalism.

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