Economics & Finance
Jagjit S Chadha / May 13, 2020
There are things policymakers can do to minimise the permanent scarring
Prolonging the legal status quo is not necessarily the best outcome for the UK
We should be guided by the evidence in planning for a post-Covid-19 world
The Great War and its aftermath hold lessons for the post-coronavirus age
The time may come for such a programme but it is not today
Jonathan Portes and Tony Wilson / May 4, 2020
The Job Retention Scheme is helping millions of workers. As the crisis lifts, can it be wound down in a way which protects them?
Women and those at the bottom of the wage range are the worst affected
George Peretz / April 30, 2020
We will remain bound by EU rules for the duration of the crisis and beyond. What assistance measures will the commission permit?
Sam Lowe / April 28, 2020
Free trade is not right wing
David Henig / April 27, 2020
The usual approach to an impasse—waiting it out—is a luxury we do not have. Do government ministers quite realise the position the UK is in?