By M.G. Hayes
Can there be any excuse for yet another ‘guide to Keynes’, 90 years after his own Can Lloyd George Do It? One good excuse is the current UK election debate over Labour’s public investment plans. The arguments of the 1930s are still being rehearsed.
Labour’s manifesto … Read More
In March 2018, in the British coastal resort of Brighton, a female Cambridge economist went on a secret mission. She left her dingy hotel room, took the lift downstairs to the conference suite and walked into the gala reception of the Royal Economic Society annual conference (a gathering of some … Read More
By Peter Dietsch
Our recent book Do Central Banks Serve the People? sheds a critical light on the actions of central banks in the wake of the 2007 financial crisis. Using the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of England as examples, we show how they … Read More