How well the British economy is performing today depends critically on when you start the clock. How far back should you go?
Sign In Close
Marxism shows no sign of dying out; it lives on in a variety of political movements and branches of academic and cultural life. But why exactly?
A military attack on Syria would clearly affect stock values. War diverts trade: some businesses lose while others gain. Is war good for business in the aggregate? Not likely says Mark Harrison.
Mark Harrison argues that liberal capitalism isn’t perfect, but it has done far more for human welfare than communism.
For about five years now, Greece has been giving the euro area authorities a test in economics and politics. The test must be retaken until the authorities produce the right answers.
Visiting Professor of International Economic Policy, Princeton University14 articles | View profile
RT @MarkThoma: The Trouble with Macroeconomics - Paul Romer https://t.co/M4FgQ7k8G4
Rodrik’s Rules - by @UnlearningEcon https://t.co/Y69L0r77Cy
RT @ChartWeek: https://t.co/CT7mdpD2g2
Will UK hit the Recession Buffers this Year? - by @johnweeks41 https://t.co/Ej53BRTlfD
RT @ChartWeek: https://t.co/QDfg9kRYfV