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How houses in the city went from being homes to financial assets
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Martin Wolf is impressed by an analysis of what the world’s largest democracy must do in order to thrive
Liberalism may be under attack but reports of its death have been exaggerated, argues Alan Beattie
Two Oxford academics argue that extra funds for countries near trouble spots could help solve the crisis
A remarkable new paradigm puts human instinct at the heart of market behaviour
More people are combining passion with profit in search of their dream profession
In ‘The End of Theory’, Richard Bookstaber argues for an economics that is more than a numbers game
Can we break the cycle of too much government followed by too much market? Martin Wolf looks at how to strike a balance
An accessible introduction to 2,000 years of economic thought
A case against gross domestic product is thought-provoking but places too much faith in the sharing economy
Advocates of a universal wage are increasingly citing evidence as well as appealing to ideals. Could their dream become reality?
How do filial piety and state-owned enterprises affect mainstream theories?
For critics, the discipline is beset by flawed models, obscure jargon and undeclared ideology — but it doesn’t have to be that way
John Gapper assesses two books that reveal the sometimes less-than-glittering reality of life with the global elite