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IIPP in the media: April 2019

10 May 2019

IIPP's research, work and people are regularly featured in the media around the world. Here is a round up of cover achieved in April 2019.

IIPP media April 2019

Mission critical, Strategy+Business (24 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

The economic argument behind the Green New Deal, MIT Technology Review (24 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

Half of England owned by less than 1% of its population, Business Times (23 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

Ian Hogarth: Machine learning will eat the world (but your udon is probably safe), Sifted (22 April 2019, Ian Hogarth)

Half of England Is Owned by Less Than 1% of Its Population, Researcher Says, New York Times (19 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

Targeting house prices, Investor's Chronicles (16 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

The purpose-led business model: Do we really need to wait for millennials to be CEOs?, The Verdict (16 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

Expert warns major challenges are not being faced around housing, The Irish Times (15 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

Experts warn of 'unrest' as housing crisis reaches tipping point, Irish Mirror (15 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

Irish housing crisis will cause public to vote with their feet, expert says, Irish Examiner (15 April 2019, Josh Ryan-Collins)

Mariana Mazzucato: "Silicon Valley no existiría sin una gran inversión del Estado", El Mundo (13 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

Book Review: 'The Value of Everything: Making and Taking in the Global Economy', Real Change (10 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

Mocna teza oparta na słabych argumentach, Parkiet (6 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)

The Elkington Report: On the trail of the Green Swan, Green Biz (3 April 2019, Mariana Mazzucato)