The 2008 crisis and the role of exchange rates and trade flows
The 2008 crash wasn't simply a financial crisis. We must also look at the wider economics imbalances which had built up and which directly contributed to the unstable state of the world's finances.
6 arguments against devaluation that don't stack up
There is nothing to stop us reviving the UK economy via resurgent performance in manufacturing, exporting and import substitution provided we get the cost base charged out to the rest of the world on a competitive basis.
Is Piketty right, is growing inequality inevitable?
Reducing inequality is a complex task and will required a broad mix of reducing unemployment, increasing manufacturing jobs, lowering debt and cracking down on tax avoidance.
Holtham's response is not grounded in statistical reality
The growth rates in question have indeed been achieved in the UK before - in the '30s, following a devauation. It is disappointing that Gerry has not engaged with the proposals more fully, nor put forward some of his own in response.
Is the government's current growth strategy unsustainable?
Delve into the data and you soon find that the British economy is not in a healthy state at all...
There is no puzzle about Britain's low productivity
Britain, almost uniquely, does not invest in itself.