Articles by Vicky Pryce
The country has achieved one of the most dramatic transformations in public finances seen in modern times—but it is not out of the woods yet
Vicky Pryce / October 31, 2017
The ECB president is right to ease stimulus gently—the European economy still needs some help
Last Monday, a meeting between the IMF and a group of Eurozone countries went awry
The country is in trouble again. Without a solution it could leave the euro—and even the EU
Vicky Pryce / December 13, 2016
The failings of the civil service
The island needs a strong Europe for its future security and prosperity
Government responses have helped, but uncertainty remains
The capital's house prices in Q3 will be five per cent below what they were in Q2
"European markets have suffered more than those in the UK since the vote"
Vicky Pryce / April 21, 2016
Harvard University Press, £22.95Branko Milanovic’s new book is a welcome companion to Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century. It covers similar ground but is less...