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Bye bye, American pie? Letter to the editor May 1, 2009 382
Back to basics. Letter to the editor Dec 1, 2008 159
Lead indicators. Letter to the editor Jun 1, 2008 178
Antibody politics: the treatment of incurable HIV/Aids patients in the developing world takes too big a slice of a limited budget when money could be better spent on protecting people from both HIV and other preventable fatal diseases. Mar 1, 2008 926
The White Man's Burden: Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good. Book review Feb 1, 2008 305
Sick organisation syndrome? Letter to the editor Oct 1, 2006 335
The Politics of Small Things. Book review May 1, 2006 133
Slight returns. Letter to the Editor Jun 1, 2005 279
Past masters. Letter to the Editor Nov 1, 2004 108
Chaos theory. Letter to the Editor Oct 1, 2004 166
Immune system. Letter to the Editor Jun 1, 2004 143
Profits and bosses. Letter to the Editor May 1, 2004 265
Blow the budget? Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 228
Who needs options anyway? The debate on expensing stock options in the income statement has registered well with the legislators, writes Merrill Cassell, but the impact of the valuation process is still problematic. Apr 1, 2004 869
Reversing the charges. Letter to the Editor Feb 1, 2004 284
Go east. Letter to the Editor Dec 1, 2003 467
Can we budge it? If budgeting is flawed in the private sector, it's hopeless in the public sector, writes Merrill Cassell. But there is an approach that, if adopted, could negate many of the problems that beset the current process and destroy value. Nov 1, 2003 1919
Overseas understood. Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 217
Back to basics. (Letters). Letter to the Editor Jun 1, 2003 153
Power to the people. (Letters). Letter to the Editor Apr 1, 2003 435
Social benefits. (Letters). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 232
Healthy competition. (Letters). Letter to the Editor Dec 1, 2002 145
Shelling out: as the US urges its allies to prepare for action in the war on terrorism, Merrill Cassell asks what effect this will have on the global economy, and discusses whether the current emphasis among western governments on military, rather than civilian, spending is really justified. (Business: public spending). Nov 1, 2002 1296
Optional extras. (Letters). Oct 1, 2002 231
Rights issues. (Letters). May 1, 2002 245
The human factor. Jun 1, 2001 1353
Divides and rules. Sep 1, 2000 1944

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