Economics & Finance
My institute’s new analysis confirms that we face an “off the scale” economic crunch. How to respond?
Job losses, insecurity, and expensive travel—is it any wonder millennials are conflicted about "Britishness"?
Joanna George / April 17, 2020
To get younger generations invested in being British means addressing the reasons they might not feel as rooted as young people in other societies
The public finances must be repaired but how to share the burden?
But the tentative emergence of new structures of global governance could be the story of 2020
It's been derided by critics as unrealistic. But Covid-19 has breathed new life into an age-old idea
The state has stepped in where insurers will not—but what is the future of their industry?
This virus cannot be beaten alone—a united international response is required
As the virus spreads and the dollar appreciates, what of emergent economies?
What effect will the health emergency have on Europe’s monetary union?
Simon Tilford / March 26, 2020
Policymakers reverted to the status quo after the last recession. This time must be different
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