Articles by George Magnus
George Magnus / November 17, 2014
Scary headlines belie the complexity—and the potential opportunities—of technological shocks in the labour market
George Magnus / November 10, 2014
The past is not always a good guide to the future
China needs to pay attention to the demands of Hong Kong residents who feel they were promised democracy
Economically and politically the five economies could not be more different when it comes to size, structure, values and national interests
Changes to the way we calculate UK GDP may help us in the future, but they won’t solve the economic issues of the day
As far as cyber-warfare itself goes, there’s no question that both the US and China spy on one another. But whereas spying for national security purposes passes as fair game, the US has clearly...
Barack Obama vowed to tackle it in his State of the Union speech in January. Last month, Ed Milliband said it is the new centre ground in politics. Christine Lagarde of the IMF thinks it deserves...
George Magnus / February 6, 2014
Just when we were all being lulled into thinking that the global economy was on the mend, trouble has broken out yet again. This time, it’s in emerging markets. Since the beginning of the year the...
Bad economic news could still be good news for the markets