The Fiscal Post

Korean-born and British-educated, Chang stands outside the ideological battles that now seem to engulf us. He is critical of “the free-market ideology that has ruled the world since the 1980s,” as he puts it, but he is evenhandedly so. “We need to ask whether the decisions that the rich and the powerful take are based on sound reasoning and robust evidence. Only when we do that can we demand right actions from corporations, governments and international organizations.”

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