Articles by Duncan Weldon
Duncan Weldon / March 2, 2019
Focus on how the world is likely to change in the decades ahead but also acknowledge how uncertain that future is
The financial warning light is not yet flashing red but has turned orange
The biggest risks come more from politics than economics
Could a Land Value Tax help fix the housing crisis?
Duncan Weldon / August 1, 2018
As with other sectors, Brexit complicates the picture somewhat—but we should be optimistic about the UK's place in the energy market
Duncan Weldon / July 17, 2018
It is often said that economists failed to see a crisis coming in 2008. That is only half true
Experts at a recent roundtable stressed the need for proper community engagement
More importantly: at what age is my daughter old enough to understand compound interest?
Duncan Weldon / May 10, 2018
Attention has rightly focused on risk of actual war, but the harmful economic consequences of Trump’s action should not be overlooked
Duncan Weldon / December 22, 2017
For starters, George Bailey would have been a councillor