David Blanchflower is economics editor of the New Statesman and professor of economics at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

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The Staggers
06 November 2013
The dashing Spectator editor, my old adversary Fraser Nelson, is at it again, dissing Ed Balls and Ed Miliband and...
Economics
24 October 2013
"A small lady with a large IQ".
The Staggers
13 September 2013
Labour must look to the future.
Economics
25 July 2013
Putting him in his plaice.
Economics
20 March 2013
In his Mais Lecture, given on 24 February 2010, George Osborne argued that there was a series of benchmarks for policy...
Employment
28 February 2013
Behind the coalition’s spin.
GDP
07 February 2013
This is an interesting week or so for us MPC watchers; the committee is meeting on Thursday to make its latest policy...
Economics
29 November 2012
On Mark Carney.
Economics
21 November 2012
Few have confidence in George.
Economics
24 October 2012
The true state of the labour market.
GDP
04 October 2012
The Chancellor's broken promises.
Economics
12 September 2012
No credible economic plan.
The Staggers
24 August 2012
The economists have deserted him, and business leaders are nowhere to be heard.
Employment
22 August 2012
More new evidence the economy is flatlining.

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