By Finbarr Livesey 5 min read
Finbarr Livesey, author of From Global to Local, combats false assumptions on globalization and urges us to restructure our beliefs on the global economy.
By Tim Harford 8 min read
An excerpted chapter from Tim Harford's book, Fifty Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy, discussing the significance of the Billy bookshelf from IKEA.
By Lisa Westmoreland 3 min read
The editor of Richard Bolles's classic, What Color Is Your Parachute?, reflects back on working with Dick, the origins of the title, and the book's legacy.
By Shannon L. Bowen 15 min read
We interviewed Keith Payne, author of The Broken Ladder, to learn more about how inequality alters our mindsets, and changes the way we behave.
By Signature Views 3 min read
Former CEO and author Steven Clifford joins Signature to discuss why the pay gap between chief executive officers and their workers is harmful to America.
By Yoojin Grace Wuertz 5 min read
Yoojin Grace Wuertz, author of Everything Belongs to Us, reflects on the human costs of South Korea’s “economic miracle” and its race towards development.