thinkpiece


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thinkpiece

(ˈθɪŋkˌpiːs)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a newspaper or magazine article expressing the writer's thoughts or opinions about a particular matter
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The authors of the thinkpiece papers include: Prof Phil McCann of the University of Groningen on the North East in a Global Economy; Prof Iain Docherty of Glasgow University on Transport; Chris Pywell of the Centre for Industrial Growth on Innovation; Prof Susan Christopherson of Cornell University on Opportunities to Grow Business; Charles Seaford of the New Economics Foundation on Social Enterprise; Prof Henry Overman of the London School of Economics on Land Markets; and Prof Linda McDowell of Oxford University on Skills and Labour Markets.
In a joint statement by The Publishers Association, the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, and the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers, the report was criticized as "a thinkpiece resting on a number of assumptions mostly derived from the authors' own estimates applied to a theoretical model of the scholarly communication system.
This book is not a scholarly work, but an essay, a thinkpiece.
Homi Bhabha, in a thinkpiece that first appeared in these pages last December, notes Diana's position as a deceptively "post-ideological" heroic figure - a "philanthropic 'transindividual'" a la George Soros or Ted Turner.
As the parody shows, we now live in a thinkpiece era, and frankly, none of the wildly popular, cult status-like movies of the 1990s -- otherwise known as the peak rom-com period -- escape unscathed.
And so, in a bit of brand-building betraying the Barnumesque spirit of early Hollywood--and showing that, contrary to popular thinkpiece hand-wringing, modern marketing stunts like AVP: Alien vs.
2008) 'Feasible Transition Paths towards a Renewable Energy Economy: Investment Composition, Consumption and Growth', Thinkpiece presented to the SDC Seminar: 'Confronting Structure' April 2008, London, Sustainable Development Commission, available at http://www.
The play is a political thinkpiece about a national leader who must decide whether to hold onto his independence or onto the trappings of high office.
Last week's 48-page Renaissance supplement contained some prime examples of what can be achieved -notably the story from Angela Podmore's Kinetic Communications about sporting success and the way it can boost a town's fortunes; Quantum PR's thinkpiece from D5 architect Ian Saunders about the Bullring and other Birmingham building designs; and Clarke Associates' feature about why a successful lawyer and her family quit London in favour of the Second City.
2008) 'After Privatised Keynesianism', Compass Thinkpiece 41, London, Compass.
2008) After Privatised Keynesianism, Thinkpiece, London, Compass.