Articles by Vicky Pryce
"European markets have suffered more than those in the UK since the vote"
Vicky Pryce / April 21, 2016
Harvard University Press, £22.95 Branko 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...
The Chancellor is just clinging on until the referendum
Vicky Pryce / January 29, 2016
Cameron has an ace: the EU desperately wants to keep hold of Britain
The Chancellor has to rethink some aspects of his fiscal policy against the background of a fragile economic recovery
The Governor of the Bank of England gave a boost to the In campaign this week
Head of Zeus, £25 Winston Churchill saved Europe from Hitler, saved it again with warnings about Soviet communism and then created the European Convention on Human Rights, one of the most eloquent...
Vicky Pryce / August 21, 2015
While things are looking up, for Greece's economy the long wait will continue
Capitalism: Money, Morals and Markets by John Plender (Biteback, £20) How do we make money-making respectable again? With difficulty, it would seem, given recent experience: the financial crisis;...
The situation on the ground in Greece is getting desperate