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Everyone loses from the growth of a precariat in rich economies
Fund downplays debt concerns and calls for infrastructure spending for Covid-19 recovery
The strategy that once worked for Keynes and Buffett has performed badly. The pandemic has compounded the pain
Welcome to the world, X Æ A-12 Musk.
It is a mistake to assume acceptance of big government tells us anything about elections
George Akerlof on how Keynesians neglected markets to win one of the crucial ideological battles of the mid-20th century.
Economics was dominated by theory until pioneering research created a role for evidence
The existence of digital currencies challenges the idea that money can only be created by nation-states
Martin Wolf on the power of vested interests in today’s rent-extracting economy
The reality of John Maynard Keynes’s prediction of a 15-hour working week
In the old days, relative performance didn’t matter — now it’s everything
Analysis of macroeconomic theory suggests substantial ignorance of how economies work
The Bloomsbury Group is ever present in a new exhibition of the artists’s work
Artificial intelligence has the potential to reach places inaccessible to us
or genetic modificationsFear of the unknown has had had no moderating influence on central banksrecent, , writes William White
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The country’s economists have a quasi-religious fixation on the ‘black zero’, writes Peter Bofinger
If you had described your iPhone in 1976, Friedman would not have understood you
Expect more unintended consequences of central bank policies, warns John Plender
Index targeting is only convenient for advisers and consultants