Paper suggests cutting taxes may divert attention to wasteful bargaining
No one wants to shout "fire" - but neither do they want to be the last in the burning room.
Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring a tiny amount of hyperbole, maybe?
What's that, Jack? Price is a function of supply and demand?
Producer and consumer prices are diverging - which could spark trouble in the future.
The last time the male unemployment rate was lower than female was September 1980. Ever since then, men have been more likely to be unemployed than women. At times, like in the boom of the late 1980s, the difference was small -- just 0.1 percentage point between them.
Must-read comment analysis. Featuring fiscal expansion and free banking contraction.
954,000 young people are not in education, employment or training
Andrew Bailey, the Bank of England's Executive Director, spoke today on the future of UK banking, and argued that we nede to tackle "the dangerous myth of free in-credit banking".
Our economics editor gives his verdict.
"Taxmaggedon" would hit in January
Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring the fiscal cliff. Don't fall off!
Must-read comment and analysis. OMG, WTF IMF?
From Sky's Ed Conway comes this fantastic picture of German protestors quite literally occupying the euro (notice the little red tent).
Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring almost no Eurozone, for once.
All in all, a slightly strange report.
The case for national communications on energy use
And more importantly, would you let them do so to your children?
Must-read comment and analysis. The rapidly receding chance of everything being alright in the Euroz
The remote island is due to open its airport, and is looking for a statistician to deal with the con
Why is the UK suffering an underemployment crisis?
Low wage growth + High price growth = Misery.
Let's avoid the euphemisms
The generational divide isn't just in how much we get, but also how much we want to give.
Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring the Eurozone. Not featuring much optimism.
China agrees £50m trade deal with UK.
Low interest rates have nothing to do with "our hard-won credibility"