GENEVA (Reuters) - The world's biggest economies, especially the European Union and Japan are using protectionist policies that fly below the World Trade Organization's radar, according to a forthcoming...
Pretty much what I was talking about when the Professor from Birmingham came in...
Mother Jones A Fifth Reason to Care About Economic History Mother Jones Third, you should focus on economic history not just because it is the key axis of the twentieth century in particular but because economic history is the real history....And,...
Here's my paper on evidence and teaching for the education minister. Bad Science I was asked by Michael Gove (Secretary of State for Education) and the Department for Education to look at how to improve the use of evidence in schools.
MILAN--Italian banks are taking a huge hit at the outset of Tuesday's trading session in Milan following election results that produced a hung parliament with no clear...
Out of one of the sessions today with Roger Bootle came a discussion about the outcome of the Italian election... that was followed up by some chat from the head of Economics at the Bundesbank. Pretty heavy stuff with a number of people pretty worried about the short-run of the EU zone!
U.K. rate setters have discussed the idea of introducing negative interest rates, which would see the Bank of England effectively charge commercial lenders to deposit cash, in an effort to stimulate the economy, the central bank's deputy governor...
While here in London I'm attending a conference where this man will be speaking! Neat!
With the U.S., Japan, and Europe facing a slew of lost decades and hundreds of millions of frustrated middle-class workers, it's worth asking: How much does capitalism need growth to survive? I think this is interesting for pretty much everyone... growth and sustainability.
PolicyMic Mic Check The Crazy Economics Behind Your Favorite Food Truck PolicyMic Trending In Our News Feeds – Rush Limbaugh publishes on PolicyMic, telling millennials “no one has any obligation to listen to you.” Limbaugh wrote an op-ed,...
And finally, something from China. This 7.5% growth target means the Economist lost its bet. Growth target missed. Those of you who argued so on your essays for the Economist HK competition - feel vilified!
Mindfulness is helping pupils to cope with the stress of exams – and life generally, writes Oenone Crossley-Holland (RT @GuardianTeach: Have you tried teaching #meditation to calm your class? How effective was it?
From competitive devaluations to resource nationalism and financial fragmentation, the sinews of the global economy are feeling the strain of years of sub-par growth, adding urgency to the G20’s efforts to revive demand....
Growth concerns here from the global economy -- will trade protectionism come into force?
Bernanke devoted much of his testimony to fiscal policy, warning his congressional class that letting the sequester go ahead would endanger the economic recovery and do little or nothing to reduce the country’s debt burden.
interesting, especially considering Britain's position.
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