Weekly Selection

2021-04-15T11:34:11+02:005 March 2021|

Authoritarianism is at the same time China’s greatest strength and an innate weakness. If history is anything to go by, populism is here to [...]

Weekly Selection

2021-04-15T11:34:23+02:0026 February 2021|

Will life be better or worse in 2025? It could go either way. Better pay could lead to more jobs, not fewer.  The ongoing [...]

Weekly Selection

2021-01-29T11:22:34+01:004 January 2019|

Kenneth Rogoff, “Central Bankers’ Fiscal Constraints” (Project Syndicate, 4 January 2019)This may be a bit dry for new-year reading, but it’s an essential piece to [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:21:28+01:0030 September 2018|

This month marked the 10th anniversary of the Great financial crisis. What is its legacy? (1) The whole world is over-indebted, with total global debt (public, [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:22:57+01:0028 February 2018|

With the global economy growing at its fastest rate since 2011, the global output is moving from being below potential to above potential. In other [...]

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