It is possible that we are currently witnessing one of the biggest single successful investment calls since George Soros and sterling.
Miscellany: US Exodus?
Given the role of religion in US politics these days it is perhaps not surprising that the great biblical yarn, Exodus, seems to be enjoying a re-run since the recent election.
Miscellany: George W. and the Grand Canyon
Amidst the page after page and hour after hour analysis of what George W.’s re-election might mean, one small fact stands out.
Miscellany: Deaths, statistics and morality
There is something profoundly immoral about arguing about the precise number of deaths in various situations.
Miscellany: Jefferson and the media
The health authorities’ policy of preventing fish and chip shop owners from wrapping their products in yesterday’s papers has removed, sadly, one of the last constraints on journalistic ahistoricism.
Miscellany: Voting and democracy
If voting made any difference it would be illegal, London Mayor, Ken Livingstone once said – sometime before he was elected as an independent against staunch opposition from Tony Blair.
Trust, authenticity and transparency: : A new paradign in corporate reputation and branding
The crisis of trust in companies and institutions -- who's to blame?
Five hypotheses on an epistemology of public relations
A review of public relations education, published in the Asia-Pacific Public Relations Journal in 2003
Don Watson’s Recollections of a Bleeding Heart
A review of Don Watson's Recollections of a Bleeding Heart, published in the Courier-Mail in 2002.
A case study on the impact of index methodology on corporate reputation management
Presentation to the 6th International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Identity and Competitiveness.