Economics & Finance
We should be guided by the evidence in planning for a post-Covid-19 world
The Great War and its aftermath hold lessons for the post-coronavirus age
The time may come for such a programme but it is not today
Jonathan Portes and Tony Wilson / May 4, 2020
The Job Retention Scheme is helping millions of workers. As the crisis lifts, can it be wound down in a way which protects them?
Women and those at the bottom of the wage range are the worst affected
George Peretz / April 30, 2020
We will remain bound by EU rules for the duration of the crisis and beyond. What assistance measures will the commission permit?
Sam Lowe / April 28, 2020
Free trade is not right wing
David Henig / April 27, 2020
The usual approach to an impasse—waiting it out—is a luxury we do not have. Do government ministers quite realise the position the UK is in?
Angus MacNeil / April 26, 2020
WTO figures predict that global trade will fall by between 13 per cent and 32 per cent this year. How resilient is the UK?
James Mather / April 24, 2020
Time to rethink the relationship between creditors and debtors