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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