Articles by Duncan Weldon
Duncan Weldon / October 26, 2017
A rise in rates once meant that the economy was returning to normal health, but not this time
Duncan Weldon / October 23, 2017
I covered the Greek debt crisis in 2015—and as Brexit negotiations continue the sense of déjà vu is profound
Want to know why Trump really won? A breathtaking new economic analysis has some answers
Duncan Weldon / October 6, 2017
“We appear to be being offered Singapore-Upon-Thames or Stalingrad-Upon-Thames and we don’t really want either”
Government benefits from sharing data— but businesses?
Duncan Weldon / September 5, 2017
It’s often said that in the long run, productivity growth is almost everything. In the case of the UK, the long run has finally arrived
Duncan Weldon / June 19, 2017
Most forecasts now expect the Eurozone to outgrowth the UK economy in both 2017 and 2018—what happens beyond that will be down to what version of Brexit we pursue
Both main parties have pledged to increase it in their manifestos. This is unlikely to harm employment growth; it could even help remedy the UK’s crippling productivity problem
"The deep integration of the 1990s and 2000s was not inevitable and nor may it prove irreversible"