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David Blanchflower is economics editor of the New Statesman and professor of economics at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
The energetic shadow chancellor is challenging the coalition's missteps at every turn.
One for the economist's album.
. . . what exactly is going on here at home?
A year ago, the UK economy was nothing like Portugal's. Now there are some unsettling parallels.
Andrew Sentance's comments on interest rates are without any basis. Thank goodness he is leaving the
This is economics at its most basic: the burden of tax can be shifted.
George Osborne's Budget will be a failure.
OECD suggests that growth will be lower than forecast.
If you want a distraction, quibble about the data.
The coalition should stop playing with stats and do something about youth unemployment . . . and fas