Bibliografías recientes

Título Fuente
Barriers to entry. The last in our series on the shortcomings of economics looks at the discipline's lack of diversity The Economist
Military Keynesianism under the Obama Presidency Otra
Zap! American officials can destroy foreign firms like gremlins on a screen. But there are also big downsides to the actions against Rusal and ZTE The Economist
Who is behind the wheel? Self-driving cars offer huge benefits—but have a dark side. Policymakers must apply the lessons of the horseless carriage to the driverless car The Economist
Dollars and sense. Make Bank of America great again. A sprawling financial empire has found a winning strategy The Economist
So long, and thanks for all the fish. Chinese investment may help Greenland become independent from Denmark. Islanders think rare earths and tourism will make them self-reliant The Economist
The Kamprad test. IKEA furniture and the limits of AI. Humans have had a good run. But with the most recent breakthrough in robotics, it is clear that their time as masters of planet Earth has come to an end The Economist
Artificial intelligence. Robots can assemble IKEA furniture. Cower before your silicon overlords, puny humans The Economist
Streets ahead. The world's first neighbourhood built 'from the internet up'. Toronto's run-down Quayside area will have snow-melting pavements, package-delivery robots and self-driving shuttles The Economist
Rumble in the jungle. Glencore, a hard-slugging mining giant, meets its match in Congo. A fight between two billionaires involves a coveted mineral, cobalt The Economist