Corporate executives are receiving extravagant sums for not doing their jobs.
Romney and Ryan don’t have a credible economic plan.
The challenge is to have sufficient imagination that we construct a sufficiently radical alternative.
Women aren't "the richer sex".
Roombas may look cute, but not when they're taking your job.
The country instituted an emergency tax for three years to sort out its problems. Should we?
The ONS examines how employment is rising, even while GDP falls.
There is more new evidence that the economy is flatlining and that Osborne’s deficit reduction programme is in disarray.
A new paper from NBER suggests that a 116% increase in wages could result.
A new legal category of work might help people into unemployment.
Unemployment in London is falling far quicker than anywhere else. Are the Olympics distorting the figures?
David Blanchflower makes the case for an immediate increase in public investment in building.
The worst performance of British small and medium-sized manufacturers in more than two years.
163,000 new jobs
The squeeze on young people's pay is only going to get worse.
If you can, always look below the surface of data.
Time for a better debate about what is happening to the pay of women and men.
The case for a new political economy is laid out in three new books.
We are not doomed to slow growth or indefinite fiscal austerity.
The IEA's Philip Booth examines how the economy is shrinking even with a strong labour market.
Underemployment: the UK’s response to economic weakness
This zombie statistic refuses to die.
People leave housing benefit all the time, but the DWP managed to turn no news into good news
We need a united opposition to coalition policies that are wrecking Britain.
Not a good time to be young and unemployed in Iberia.
DWP pitches for small businesses instead