Economics & Finance
Undergraduate fees aren't the most important issue, and Labour hasn't yet offered much for part timers and postgraduates
George Magnus / January 26, 2015
"There will be no Grexit—at least for the time being"
Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank, has just announced that the ECB will launch a programme of Quantitative Easing amounting to €60bn per month, starting in March, and...
After the financial crisis, governments staved off a second Great Depression - too well. This triumph let them duck tough reforms. Until now.
North Sea oil that is not extracted within the next 10 years is likely to be left stranded
Oliver Kamm, Simon Wren-Lewis / January 16, 2015
Is the Chancellor's medicine marvellous or simply a sugar pill? Our panellists battle it out
The most-read pieces on the Prospect website this year
Diane Coyle, Andrew Haldane / December 9, 2014
It didn't predict the crash—and that isn't its only flaw
Josh Lowe / December 3, 2014
Our rundown of what the Chancellor said he'd do, and what he did