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Because you’re worth it — how a personal brand helps your career

In the late 1980s and early 1990s social and cultural researchers and thinkers began to articulate how changes in the organization of global capitalism were affecting cultural life. The shift toward networked forms of “just-in-time” production and the pervasiveness of consumption and market relations in everyday life was articulated in…
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“Does Donald Trump’s election as United States president mean that globalization is dead, or are reports of the process’ demise greatly exaggerated?”

The title of this post is from Project Syndicate with Barry Eichengreen, a Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley, who wrote an interesting article on the condition of globalization and the world trade growth even without Trump in office- Globalization’s Last Gasp. So what’s the deal with globalization? Is it…
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The Business Of Research and Scientific Studies- How Right is John Oliver?

Governments and organisations around the globe of spend a lot of money on research. Studies are published yearly and part of that information is of course made available to the public. Although a lot of people respect scientific knowledge and new discoveries, it can be quite discouraging  to see journalists…
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