Cameron needs to lead on tax dodging, because he has the power to stop it.
Until the government marries monetary activism with fiscal activism, Britain will not have a recovery worthy of the name.
It's only OK to retroactively change a deal when it affects young people.
Peter Wilby's "First Thoughts" column.
Unemployment has stalled – and other statistics are even worse.
The Centre for Applied Data Torture reports.
More lawyers should be hired directly by the state; but the rest should get used to living without legal aid, writes Preston Byrne.
That patents boost innovation is received wisdom, but it might not be true.
In recent years, with the help of a substantial capital injection from the EU, Liverpool has undergone a long-overdue renaissance. A friend of mine once asked the city’s former Anglican bishop David Sheppard how he explained the revival, to which Sheppard
Finance, like fiction, needs a narrative. Money being a belief system - it is always possible to believe our way out of a crisis.
Felix Martin's "Real Money" column.
It doesn't even need capping.
I'd still rather be growing slowly at a high level of development than the other way round.
Fed Chairman gives Princeton graduation speech.
While the UK debates ending universality, economists in America are talking about making income itself universal.
"He may really deserve to be called a moron".
Accused of conspiring with publishers to raise prices.
Indicators show slowing rate of decline in industry.
Is the Chancellor an accelerationist sleeper-agent sworn to provoke a socialist revolution?
A teachable moment in austerity.
IDS is spinning furiously.
Access to banking, co-operative credit and caps on interest should all be considered.
British households have become more, not less, concerned over the last five years.
The good news is, we're reaching them.
Head, meet desk.
Graduating into a recession is hard; at least you can not pay your loans until you earn a bit.
When Keep it Simple, Stupid comes into its own.
The burned economists write an open letter to Paul Krugman, hitting back at his claims.
A new government report outlines the economic case for renewable energy, writes RenewableUK’s Gordon Edge.