The IEA's Philip Booth examines how the economy is shrinking even with a strong labour market.
You got your public funding in my private donations! No, you got your private donations in my public funding!
Mandatory sentencing isn't so scary if you would quite like jail
The value of a painting is how much you can sell it for. But Robert Rauschenberg's "Canyon" is illegal to sell, leaving the Sonnabend estate in a pickle.
Funded stimulus will take real political leadership to pull off.
Long copyright terms may not reward the artist, but they make sure that people buy works by new musicians
Focusing on just profit and loss makes the business environment worse for all concerned
Underemployment: the UK’s response to economic weakness
The eurozone is emphatically not an optimal currency area.
Outsourcing government policy since 2010
This zombie statistic refuses to die.
Being paid to look after money isn't what governments ought to be doing.
The Vampire Squid launches a private bank for wealthy clients
A move up and out for Google's star
People leave housing benefit all the time, but the DWP managed to turn no news into good news
Time for the banks to have some skin in the game
Introducing "competition" to banking won't work if it's just Tesco Bank taking over
Payday lenders, not content with squeezing individuals, are now going after businesses too.
Towns which were doing well in 1901 are still the best now; lack of progress is hard to turn around.
When will we learn?
What can we learn from one man's attempts to set up a bank of his own?
Milk has been over the news recently, but there's a silence on the left over the plight of its creators.
Just wetter. And less controversial. Much like Britain.
It is new markets, not existing ones, that are key to securing long-term economic growth for the UK
The new City Deals are a step in the right direction
A dozen bicycles were proposed to let the directors travel around if civilization had fallen
Economists don't dominate British politics. In fact, they aren't listened to enough.
Amidst stagnation, there's one ray of hope
Meet CETA, the new ACTA