34 books you need on your shelf.
The Design Economy is a series of 10 long-form think pieces on how design is transforming the economy in the twenty-first century, supported by the Design Council.
China's behaviour suggests it is creating a new role for the yuan in world trade.
The third of the LSE Centre for Economic Performance's pre-election briefings looks at the UK's productivity problem. What should the next government do about it?
The end of George Osborne’s ideological mismanagement of UK public finance brings relief.
Broad opposition in Europe to the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has prompted its supporters to summon the “protectionist” spectre.
As a confirmed Remainer I watched with some dismay Chancellor George Osborne’s high-profile defence of British membership in the European Union.
The Six-Pack contains the economic equivalent of a pernicious snake oil, a witch’s brew to turn minor fiscal problems into recessionary downturns.
The successfully long-running Chancellor of Osb charade seems at last to have hit the buffers, over-burdened by banal rhetoric, missed targets, and ever-more blatant pandering to the rich...
Economics is a toolkit that enables better understanding of how people live, and how societies work.
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