Monthly Archives: October 2008

The Sweaty Joggers: Sean, Jean, and the Degree(s) of Separation

Sean Brierley – one of life’s most outrageously gifted and talented individuals  -brought to my attention a recent article he penned for The London Paper (Fri 10th Oct) : “Joggers. Don’t you just hate them? A great ­huffing, puffing, panting, stomping blight upon what pretty landscape London has. … Continue reading

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Did poor teaching lead to crash?

“Yes!” argues Stefano Harney:  Zoe Corbyn reports in the Times Higher Education (25th Sept). Choice extracts/ quotes below. “Business academics should take some blame for the global financial crisis because they have ignored fundamental social and political questions in favour of … Continue reading

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