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To avoid economic calamity, the allies need to increase their aid for Kyiv to about $4bn-$5bn a month in the immediate future
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Ugly manufacturing numbers versus hawkish CB rhetoric.
What the pandemic tells us about recession-fighting
Like the real thing, economic warfare is a long-term game
Economists debate tariffs versus bans. One should lead to the other
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There are many arguments against UBI. That it could never be affordable is not one of them
What seems most boring may be what kills you
Are we all in this together?
Japan in 1989 anyone?
Policy agenda under a Democratic government is once again at risk
To ease the UK’s debt burden, Boris Johnson could follow in the footsteps of his political hero.
Heed the arguments in defence of ‘team transitory’
Progress in overcoming the pandemic’s effects is faster than expected, but monetary stimulus is still required
It is far from the COP26 headlines, but progress is happening
Data commonly used to understand economic growth and wellbeing may be misleading
The UK is gambling that private demand is rebounding strongly and durably enough
Time to lever up.
Important points from the IMF on where global policymaking is headed
The discipline has to update its assumptions in order to meet the biggest challenges facing society
Competitive pressures will limit companies’ ability to pass on higher costs