The new government has announced a wave of deregulation. There is a simple reason for the increase in regulation, which is the increase in complexity of modern economies. Markets are […]
In the curious case of the US, where the truth is ever more compromised by ideology, there are different narratives. But the evidence is pretty clear-cut..
Rationally using our non-rational characteristics. His ideas are not new though (much is owed to behavioural economics and social psychology), but it’s a good read nevertheless..
Say ‘balance sheet recession.’ The one book everyone should read to understand the present predicament. Only by actually understanding what’s going on can proper policies be evaluated.
It only saved the world..
Them loopholes, they are BIG… Bermuda triangles, Double Irish, Double Dutch.. Double disappear..
While the French are going beserk over a rather modest pension reform, the British keep a stiff upper lip, uuh, purse in the face of unprecedented public sector cuts…
Interesting reed, but the right diagnosis is only the start, we have to have the right fix (if available) as well…
Surprise surprise. However, quantitative easing (QE), the main alternative, isn’t so promising.
Hit’s a couple of favourite Voodoo economic thesis at once. We cannot recommend this article enough (especially at the people from ZeroHedge)..