Economics & Finance
Adam Tooze joins the Prospect team ten years after the crash to discuss his new book
Jay Elwes / August 28, 2018
If these risky financial assets get tangled up in the Brexit crunch, the consequences will be felt far beyond the square mile
Some ask whether the Socialist government has found a new way to run the economy, but it can take little credit
Alex Dean / August 14, 2018
Bryan Sanderson advises the government on the minimum wage. He discussed the problem of enforcement and how Brexit could erode years’ worth of progress
George Peretz / August 13, 2018
Trade remedies are the heavy artillery in a trade war. But will Britain have them in place by the time it leaves Europe?
Received wisdom says household income has stagnated since 2008. Actually the problem goes further back
A deal with the US would only boost GDP 0.1 per cent, says a former Assistant Director at the DIT
George Magnus / July 30, 2018
Trump and his team are eager to take credit for a reported 4 per cent growth. But they shouldn't celebrate too soon
A former Chair of Vote Leave says both sides could manage the consequences sensibly
Paul Wallace / July 25, 2018
Their unorthodox experiment stimulated recovery but did it also exacerbate wealth inequality?