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Posts Tagged: Keynesianism
Ryan Bourne: The post-Brexit vote economy. Our new Prime Minister must resist the temptation of Keynesianism and maintain fiscal sanity
The second in our series of pieces on economic policy after the referendum decision.
It’s the debt-to-GDP ratio that counts when it comes to assessments of national solvency
Britain finds herself between a ‘Keynesian’ America and a ‘Monetarist’ EU – but is doing better than both of them
The art world should be grateful for politicians who don’t take too close an interest in culture
The 60th anniversary of this composite figure provides an opportunity to lay him to rest.
Larry Elliot is the economics editor of the Guardian, but don’t let that put you off. Unlike the Labour frontbench,… Read more »
Heresy of the week: Fiscal conservatism has been betrayed by people who call themselves conservatives
Good news! Share values are reaching new records – not only in Britain, but in America too! But, here, courtesy… Read more »
It’s been a long time since rival economic theories were of such political importance as they are now. Before 2008,… Read more »
Earlier this month, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, international business editor of the Daily Telegraph, marked a sombre anniversary – the first five… Read more »
David Henderson, of the Hoover Institution has a history lesson for us. It concerns the Second World War and its… Read more »
Robert Reich served with distinction in the Ford, Carter and Clinton administrations. Writing for the Huffington Post, he sets out… Read more »
In an interview with the Browser, Niall Ferguson describes the borrow-and-spend policies of the left as “vulgar Keynesianism” – because… Read more »