The tax cut worked in 2008 but a repeat success is not guaranteed on a different illness
Clara Hernanz-Lizarraga / June 22, 2020
They've had little advice from lecturers, heard nothing from employers, and graduation has largely been a "non-event." What's next?
All capacity of the state was put towards fighting the virus. Soon, equal efforts must be made in building a post-pandemic society
Rachel Sylvester / June 18, 2020
The new shadow chancellor could be transformative—if she is not afraid to make enemies
David Henig / June 16, 2020
We have failed to move beyond a re-run of failed strategies to boost future growth
The best central bank policy for our times is “masterly inactivity”
Barry Eichengreen / May 26, 2020
The Great Depression-era economist understood that productive new businesses can rise from the rubble. But for that to happen, the old cannot be blindly preserved
Paul Wallace / May 15, 2020
Could the German constitutional court’s ruling on the policies of the European Central Bank prove the death knell for European integration?
Jagjit S Chadha / May 13, 2020
There are things policymakers can do to minimise the permanent scarring