Articles by Paul Wallace
While everyone's worrying about Brexit, the real impact of tuition fees on the public finances is being misreported
Unorthodox measures from the ECB cannot make up for the underlying design defects of the euro
Hard Brexit enthusiasts hold up the WTO as the ultimate insurance policy for Britain. But the survival of the body itself is under threat
The sheer scale of the Chinese economy today makes the risk of collapse a frightening prospect
Paul Wallace / January 18, 2019
Without the distraction of leaving, ministers could get on with fixing social care, universal credit and further education
Why the euro cannot realistically rival the dollar
Will the European Central Bank change its tune?
Can the prime minister defy the odds and shrug off yet another political body blow?
The European Central Bank president faces an all too familiar problem in his final year at the helm
Paul Wallace / October 10, 2018
The real enemy lies not with EU budget rules but at home, in the country’s tortoise-like growth