The New Economy

June 21, 2013 12:00 ET

Should Japan Rely on Nuclear Energy?

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - June 21, 2013) - The summer edition of The New Economy offers insight and knowledge for those piqued by technology and innovation. Delving into matters of business, energy, strategy and technology, The New Economy provides a comprehensive guide to the factors determining the business climate of today.

In this issue's special reports, Rita Lobo discusses the continued decline of Russia's economic prospects and the areas in which the nation is set to experience an economic downturn; Matthew Timms investigates Japan's likely - though reluctant - return to nuclear power as the country realises the inadequacies of renewable energy; and we analyse the supposed $1trn lost to cyber crime - as well as the Cold War-like nature of a fast-approaching cyber war.

Developments in technology and innovation are determining factors in ensuring businesses and societies progress towards a greater means of growth - whether it's motivated by finances, the environment or something else entirely. The New Economy elaborates on this season's most pressing instances of innovation and technological development in The Knowledge. In Perspectives, Harvard Professor of Law Mark Roe, and writer and mathematician David Orrell express their informed views on a number of topics.

Elsewhere in the magazine, we delve into Samsung and Microsoft's plans to supersede Apple as kings of the physical retail space, while Jules Gray looks at the recent successes and failures of corporate philanthropy. We analyse the perception of digital and the ways in which companies can better develop a digital strategy; and ask "does money motivate you?" as we unpick the relative merits of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation in the workplace.

Also in this issue, we announce our annual Healthcare, Corporate Citizen, and Global Defence Awards.

For those interested in technology and innovation in the wider business climate, this summer's The New Economy is available now in print, and online, at

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