Will ‘Global Britain’ be a hardsell to British companies? The UK in a Changing Europe, May 2020

Reflecting on a workshop on post-Brexit industrial and regional policy, Sheffield University Management School, University of Sheffield, UK, March 2017


Are the banks strong enough to withstand the coronavirus crash? The Conversation, March 20, 2020

Inside the machine: How two Nobel winners taught us how companies tick, The Conversation, October 17, 2016 

George Osborne’s ‘march of the makers’ will need Europe on its map, The Conversation, January 30, 2016

‘Demographic dividend’ is not a given, Business Line, April 20, 2015

Bonuses influence where bankers go but it’s not all about pay, The Conversation, December 1, 2014


Political class has cashed in on popular outrage against bankers, Financial Times, February 1, 2012

Economic orthodoxy is no longer sustainable, Financial Times, August 22, 2011

Perhaps it is time to talk about a publicly owned savings bank, Financial Times, October 19, 2010


Phone interview (on cost of living crisis in the UK and the government’s policy regarding household energy prices), BBC Bengali Service, September 6, 2022

Phone interview (on Parliamentary votes on Theresa May’s Brexit deal), BBC Bengali Service, March 30, 2019

Phone interview (on Parliamentary votes on Brexit), BBC Bengali Service, March 15, 2019

Banks and Brexit: Left Out in the Cold, Chartered Banker, April/May, 2018

Phone interview (on Brexit negotiation), BBC Bengali Service, December 4, 2017

Phone interview (on Brexit/EU referendum), BBC Bengali Service, June 24, 2016

Phone interview (on income inequality, economic growth and middle income trap), TBS Radio South Korea, March 30, 2016

Phone interview (on EU-UK deal), BBC Bengali Service, February 21, 2016

Las Inseguridades que Deja el Colapso Financiero en China, Estrategia, January 18, 2016

Banker pay rebounds but only for a few, Financial Times, May 2, 2015

Why family firms matter to emerging economies, CNBC, November 12, 2014