Why the currency issue may decide which side of the Scottish independence debate has been swimming in the buff
How can institutional design and policy create better incentives for innovation to drive growth?
Why has Xi Jinping unleashed this major anti-corruption campaign, and how does it tie in with the important economic transformation that China faces?
Taxes! Jimmy Carter! Keynesianism! Stagflation! The 1970s!
US equities are, relative to most of their history, expensive.
Short-sellers often come in for criticism from both the media and the wider world of finance, but there's a lot other investors can learn from them.
Turning deprived areas into mixed communities by demolishing ghetto estates displaces the poor. We need better social housing and services in those communities, not gentrification.
The growth in foreign ownership in the UK is something to be welcomed, not feared. Foreign firms increase competition and help disseminate new ideas as local firms copy business methods and innovation.
Do the SNP really want independence? by @tomashirstecon: http://t.co/tJu68UXLeY
Incentives, innovation and growth - by @Frances_Coppola http://t.co/JKgsVp81Qc
How useful is economics? - by @Frances_Coppola http://t.co/IDKN81hnoQ
This week's Newsletter is live: China’s economy is bound up with Xi’s anti-corruption campaign - http://t.co/tbZYAUudz6
China’s economy is bound up with Xi’s anti-corruption campaign - by @georgemagnus1 http://t.co/04Vl8hDrZM