Bibliografías recientes

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A drag, not a curse. Commodities are not always bad for you. Raw materials need not undermine the countries that export them The Economist
Buzzed by the fuzz. More police departments and other first-responders are using drones. That presents cities with a choice between safety and privacy The Economist
Raining on Amazon. After a bite of Apple, Margrethe Vestager targets another tech giant. Luxembourg's 'comfort letter' to Amazon was illegal says the EU The Economist
Pipe dreams. Tech giants are building their own undersea fibre-optic networks. Google, Facebook and Microsoft want more control over the internet's basic infrastructure The Economist
Gazelles in the heartland. American entrepreneurship is flourishing, if you know where to look. The high-growth kind has rebounded sharply from lows after the Great Recession The Economist
Biting the bullet. China sets its sights on dominating sunrise industries. But its record of industrial-policy successes is patchy The Economist
The next wave. China’s audacious and inventive new generation of entrepreneurs. Industries and consumers around the world will soon feel their impact The Economist
Rise of the Aramcons. Behind the veil of Saudi Aramco. The biggest oil company has a good story to tell—if it can disentangle its image from that of the kingdom The Economist
Take back control. How digital devices challenge the nature of ownership. And threaten property rights in the digital age The Economist
Big Tech's nemesis. Is Margrethe Vestager championing consumers or her political career? She is the rich world's most powerful trustbuster The Economist