Articles by Diane Coyle
Our field is not perfect. But the idea that it is so tainted we must "rip it up and start again" isn't just pessimistic—it is based on inaccuracies
Britain had lost the knack of turning smart ideas into prosperity—even before it had to reckon with Brexit. But there is something we can do
Politicians pay too much attention to this outdated indicator of economic growth
Economics often cares more about logical rigour than reality, this must change
Will the plans in the Browne report mean better-funded universities, or will they just exclude poorer students? Yes, no and maybe—three different experts' views
A protégé of Steven "Freakonomics" Levitt gets under the skin of Chicago's underground economy. It's a pity he didn't have a better editor
Deflation makes us anxious because it is something we have never experienced. But we should worry less
Dear John Kay 23rd December 1999 The New Economy is a fuzzy phrase. Sometimes it implies unprecedented technological change. At other times it simply means the exceptionally good behaviour of the...
Like Hollywood, many industries are coming to be dominated by "stars" who can command multi-million pound earnings. What are the consequences of the rise of the "super-rich"? Will there be a revival...