BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Richard Portes, president of the CEPR and a professor of economics at the London Business School

BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Richard Portes, president of the CEPR and a professor of economics at the London Business School - 'I'm reading The Human Stain by Philip Roth, third in an extraordinary trilogy relating private conflicts to the public m

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'I'm reading The Human Stain by Philip Roth, third in an extraordinary trilogy relating private conflicts to the public morality of post-war America. Plot, characters and writing are powerful and complex. For relaxation, I read the latest anti-globalisation manifesto.'

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