This week on LSE Business Review- newsletter

This week on LSE Business Review
Transparency about risks and consistent messaging may reduce vaccine scepticism
Perceptions of government inaction or political interference with trials and regulatory approval may foster doubts about safety, write Barry Eichengreen, Cevat Giray Aksoy and Orkun Saka

Europe has a unique opportunity to lead in the democratisation of artificial intelligence
Information must respect human agency in a world where lives increasingly fit in digital interfaces, write Josh Entsminger, Mark Esposito and Terence Tse

How leading economists view antitrust in the digital economy
US and European experts discuss internet giants, and Google’s dominance of search and operating practices, writes Romesh Vaitilingam

New paradigms explore ‘systems-oriented’ ways of managing risk
Approaches based only on financial risk are blind to the multi-dimensional nature of the threats facing our world, write Katie Kedward, Martha McPherson and Ria Sen

Diversity and inclusion: it’s a numbers game, but not the one most people think
More than representation, it’s about involvement, so that people of different backgrounds can create business value, writes Frederick Herbert