Articles by Emran Mian
American novelists are doing a brilliant job engaging with politics. Their British counterparts need to catch up fast
The current account market is inherently more static than the energy, telecommunications and insurance markets
“It may be that in a few years’ time, the drama of A-Level results day will have dissipated entirely”
Integration must have the support of ethnic minorities—not be imposed on them, says Emran Mian
The political centre is benefiting from inertia; not making progress
Emran Mian / November 12, 2015
by George A Akerlof and Robert J Shiller (Princeton, £16.95) “Modern economics inherently fails to grapple with deception and trickery.” That’s the central claim of the new book by Nobel...
George Osborne has given little sense of where he wants spending cuts to fall, but what we do know is surprising
Cameron's most zealous reformer Michael Gove is turning his attention to the legal profession, but how will his big idea go down?
Wednesday's announcement could be surprisingly uneventful