Martin Feldstein of Harvard is an economist who should always be taken seriously. Writing in 1997 about the forthcoming introduction
Andy Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, hit the headlines last week with his confession that even he
Greater Manchester Police staged a simulated terror attack in the massive Trafford Park retail complex last week. As with many
Concerns are growing about a marked slowdown in the UK economy. The Lloyds Bank purchasing managers’ index, for example, fell to 52.1
The crisis at BHS has focused as much on the ethics of Phillip Green’s behaviour as it has on the
The Queen’s 90th birthday has quite rightly dominated the media over the past week. Her Majesty continues to break all sorts
Rather like a quantitative version of Hello! magazine, the Panama papers made headlines everywhere. Read all about the vast amount
Life imitates art, as the sporting world has shown this week. The Grand National was won by a horse which
The potential closure of the Tata steel plants, and the plight of Port Talbot is a tragedy for those directly affected.
A short visit to the Highlands last week was refreshing. The scenery is just as spectacular as ever, and the
The oldest surviving map of Britain was created in Canterbury a thousand years ago. Our ancestors had a good idea
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has played a prominent role in world financial affairs in the post-Second World War period.
Game theory is the study of how rules and tactics affect outcomes, and it is pervasive in academic economics. The
Is Julian Assange rational? There are no prizes for guessing the responses of most City A.M. readers to this question.
The eyes of the financial and economics worlds are now fixed on China, with focus predominantly on Chinese stock markets and