Articles by George Magnus
George Magnus / July 6, 2015
Greece’s membership of the euro is now in doubt. How did it come to this?
Leaving the EU might not be the panacea some believe
The eurogroup is close to the end of the road
The next Chancellor is about to inherit some very sticky circumstances
George Magnus / March 31, 2015
In a speech to business yesterday, the Labour leader rightly focused on this key economic issue, but his proposed solutions miss the mark
George Magnus / March 29, 2015
Has a 26-year-old graduate student written the most robust response to "Capital" yet?
Taxes will have to go up if the deficit and the growth in public debt is to be brought back under control
It looks as though this recovery has come just in time for the Government
George Magnus / January 26, 2015
"There will be no Grexit—at least for the time being"
George Magnus / January 15, 2015
In an ideal world, the sky is the limit for our economy, but the world we live in isn't ideal