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  1. February 11, 2014

    UK rate rise likely this year, say experts

    UK interest rates will rise sooner than markets expect, possibly before the end of the year, according to three former...

  2. January 1, 2013

    Further year of weak UK growth on cards

    Economists are bracing themselves for another year of weak growth as Britain’s prospects for a recovery remain gloomy,...

  1. December 29, 2012

    Knighthoods for Sants and Wiggins

    In a new year’s honours list dominated by sporting stars from 2012’s London Olympic and Paralympic games, there was also...

  2. December 29, 2012

    DeAnne Julius of Chatham House made dame

    DeAnne Julius has been made a dame for her services to international relations after almost a decade as chairwoman of the...

  3. The World

    November 26, 2012

    A global market in central bankers

    If anyone should understand the benefits of open markets, it is a central bank. The Canadian Mark Carney’s appointment as...

  4. The A-List

    January 15, 2012

    Video: Anglo-Saxon model in turmoil

    DeAnne Julius, chairman of Chatham House, tells the FT’s comment and analysis editor, Alec Russell, the Chinese model has...

  5. September 13, 2011

    A tax system to everyone’s advantage

    From Mr Anthony Dunn. Sir, There are a couple of additional points worth making in the face of the evidence deficit behind...

  6. September 9, 2011

    The 50p tax debate: Your letters

    A letter from 20 leading economists to the Financial Times earlier this week has set off a debate in the UK about whether...

  7. September 8, 2011

    Deficit reduction is highest priority

    From Mr Nick Thornsby. Sir, To govern effectively, politicians must have priorities. Of the thousands of changes that the...

  8. September 7, 2011

    Q&A: The 50p tax debate

    What is the evidence to suggest that the 50p tax rate should be scrapped? The 20 high profile economists who voiced their...

  9. FT Alphaville

    September 7, 2011

    Economists argue 50p rate should be dropped

    Twenty high-profile economists have written to the FT arguing that George Osborne should drop the 50p top rate of income tax...

  10. September 6, 2011

    Coalition must ditch 50p tax rate for growth

    From Dr DeAnne Julius and others. Sir, We welcome the government putting the promotion of growth at the top of its agenda...

  11. September 6, 2011

    Osborne urged to drop 50p tax rate

    George Osborne should drop the 50p top rate of income tax “at the earliest opportunity” to boost growth, according to 20...

  12. July 19, 2011

    Wendi, literally, defends her man

    Before Rupert Murdoch’s wife Wendi showed her karate skills at the media committee, Twittersphere commentators were focused...

  13. Money Supply

    February 9, 2011

    Update on MPC voting maths

    I have been informed by a former Monetary Policy Committee member that my post on the February voting maths is wrong. I have...

  14. January 3, 2011

    Bank’s inflation forecasts attacked

    Almost half of leading economists believe the Bank of England has lost credibility in its inflation forecasts – a withering...

  15. June 2, 2010

    MoD savings drive to hit equipment

    The Ministry of Defence is set to review about 20 equipment procurement projects, worth £10bn in total, as part of its drive...

  16. June 1, 2010

    MoD savings drive to hit equipment

    Consortium of Thales UK, Royal Bank of Scotland and CHC, a helicopter operator, taking over civil search-and-rescue from...

  17. March 6, 2010

    BP's Hayward given 41% rise

    Tony Hayward, chief executive of BP, received a 41 per cent rise in his total pay last year, in spite of total shareholder...

  18. March 5, 2010

    BP’s Hayward given 41% increase

    Tony Hayward, chief executive of BP, received a 41 per cent rise in his total pay last year, in spite of total shareholder...

  19. February 5, 2010

    Whitehall told to save 'windfalls'

    If government borrowing comes in lower than expected this year, the money should be saved rather than ploughed into extra...

  20. February 4, 2010

    Whitehall told to save ‘windfalls’

    If government borrowing comes in lower than expected this year, the money should be saved rather than ploughed into extra...

  21. October 19, 2009

    Call to outsource more state services

    Every service run by the state other than the most sensitive, such as military operations, would be opened up to some form...

  22. October 19, 2009

    Call to outsource more state services

    Every service run by the state other than the most sensitive, such as military operations, would be opened up to some form...

  23. June 23, 2009

    A better way to promote financial stability

    An unseemly turf battle broke out at the Mansion House last week over who should be in charge of spotting and squelching...

  24. June 19, 2009

    Doyennes rule

    Doyenne of headhunters Anna Mann 's involvement in a drive to get more women on FTSE 100 boards follows a record of her...

  25. February 10, 2009

    Ex-members of MPC urge Bank rethink

    Three former members of the rate-setting monetary policy committee will today call for the Bank of England to move towards...

  26. February 9, 2009

    Ex-members of MPC urge Bank rethink

    Three former members of the rate-setting monetary policy committee will on Tuesday call for the Bank of England to move...

  27. January 1, 2009

    Economists warn of doom and gloom

    The recession will be considerably longer and deeper than the Treasury has forecast, according to a majority of economists...

  28. January 1, 2009

    Real estate: Will 2009 be a year to buy property? Does the outlook for housing matter for the broader economy?

    The following economists’ answers appear in no particular order. DeAnne Julius, Chatham House and former MPC member The UK...

  29. January 1, 2009

    Global outlook: Which part of the world will recover first and why?

    DeAnne Julius, Chatham House and former MPC member Those countries that manage their policy response best will recover...

  30. November 25, 2008

    Economists' view

    Robert Chote Institute For Fiscal Studies Alistair Darling tried to convince us of two things yesterday: that he will do...

  31. July 11, 2008

    Call to open up UK public services

    There is “a clear case” for the private and voluntary sectors to take a bigger role in providing public services, says...

  32. July 10, 2008

    Outsourcing to private sector doubles to £80bn

    Outsourcing of public services to the private and voluntary sectors has almost doubled to close to £80bn in little more...

  33. July 9, 2008

    UK outsourcing to private sector doubles

    Outsourcing of public services to the private and voluntary sectors has almost doubled to close to £80bn in little more than...

  34. April 25, 2008

    Bank partnership

    Once a junior CIA analyst, DeAnne Julius , respected economist and Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee founding...

  35. February 19, 2008

    Inquiry seeks evidence on outsourcing public services

    Evidence on how to make the £40bn-a-year market in outsourced government services work better is being sought by a...

  36. February 19, 2008

    Inquiry seeks evidence on outsourced services

    Evidence on how to make the £40bn ($78bn)-a-year market in outsourced government services work better is being sought by a...

  37. December 5, 2007

    Private role faces scrutiny

    A major study to chart the scale of the private sector's role in supplying public services is to be launched today by John...

  38. December 4, 2007

    Private role in public services faces scrutiny

    A major study to chart the scale of the private sector’s role in supplying public services is to be launched on Wednesday by...

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