Economics & Finance
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?
Suggestions to replace GDP shouldn't be a proxy for advancing actual policies