One of the most important post-Covid-19 questions: how should insolvency law operate?
Time to rethink the relationship between creditors and debtors
Austerity is precisely the wrong response to this crisis. What's the right one?
The absurd logic of austerity has been exposed—what should replace it?
The imperative of more sovereign debt relief
There is no moral hazard involved now in offering help to struggling economies
Who pays for this crisis?
The public finances must be repaired but how to share the burden?
Will this crisis bring about a new economic settlement?
Policymakers reverted to the status quo after the last recession. This time must be different
And so the appalling human consequences of austerity become clear
George Osborne’s economic illiteracy left us exposed to this crisis
Infrastructure report: Why governments should focus on public net worth—not debt
Rethink the fiscal framework (this article featured in Prospect's new policy supplement)
Lessons from Keynes in the age of coronavirus
What might the economic challenge look like and are we entering a wartime economy?
Economists usually worry about bailing out private firms and increasing national debt. But right now, we should be doing both
In a Covid-19-induced crisis the usual rules do not apply
Will Sunak’s emergency budget prevent a UK recession?
The chancellor’s substantial giveaways may still not be sufficient to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus
Britain’s budgetary watchdog is now more indispensable than ever
The OBR has a vital role to play in ensuring fiscal honesty in the years ahead
Criticisms of Labour’s spending plans are strangely disconnected from economic reality
The question is not are they too radical but are they radical enough