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David Blanchflower is economics editor of the New Statesman and professor of economics at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
Many forecasters now expect growth to be just 1.3 per cent in 2011, down from the original OBR forec
The near-stagnant UK economic growth figures prove that Chancellor George Osborne’s Thatcherite econ
Obama is nearing a compromise with Congress over a plan that will save the US from defaulting on its
The contagion marches onwards.
Rising unemployment and policing cuts will see a new wave of crime hitting our streets.
If today's projections are right, this will be the longest-lasting recession in a century.
Despite the recent good news on oil, the evidence that Britons are hurting from Osborne’s austerity
Who do you trust on the economy: Bernanke, King and Geithner, or some right-wing blogger?
Whether or not the Greek parliament votes for the austerity measures, the fundamental problems will
Eurozone growth is at its weakest level since October 2009.