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The General Election could have enormous consequences

UK economic outlook | 19-Apr-2017

The General Election could have enormous consequences

Some General Elections have far greater consequences than others. The General Election on 8th June could be very consequential for the union, the nature of the state and the future of progressive politics.

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A selfless, self-interested or selfish Brexit?

Future Brexit | 18-Apr-2017

A selfless, self-interested or selfish Brexit?

The lesson of economic history is that a selfless trade policy is the way to maximize prosperity. Unilateral free trade reduces prices for consumers and increases competition for producers. If the UK were to pursue the selfless route, long-term prosperity would be significantly enhanced. Business needs to understand why.

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Wrong again - conventional wisdom and long-term growth

Future prosperity | 03-Apr-2017

Wrong again - conventional wisdom and long-term growth

If companies want to understand the long-term economic outlook across the globe, they need to abandon the conventional approaches to modeling it. Conventional wisdom is almost always wrong and a new approach is required. Here’s why.

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