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The Legacy of John Maynard Keynes
Keynesian policy recommendations are now the staple of governments around the world but it is hard to believe Keynes himself would endorse them
Free Markets: Anarchy, Ideology and Utopia
The backlash against neoliberalism has revived anti-capitalist conspiracy theories. Those under attack must not behave like a sect
Self-Appointed Messiahs of the Nanny State
A new breed of libertarian paternalists who claim to know what's best for us are nudging us down the road to serfdom
From beneath Berlin's streets archeaologists have unearthed a reminder of Nazi oppression
Abolish the Author
The reaction to Thilo Sarrazin's courageous book shows that Germany is indeed abolishing itself
Havana: The Castros Will Not Be Absolved
"Cuba is decaying at a scandalous pace, physically and morally. The social capital of civil values and mutual trust has evaporated and hatred is taking hold"
The Serendipity of Genius
Historical events, finding a dusty old book or debates at the dinner table: anything can inspire a Nobel Laureate. So what makes an economist tick?
Why Adam Smith Still Matters
Keynes may be the flavour of the month but the Sage of Kirkcaldy’s insights are more valuable than ever
‘Where is Milton Friedman now? He would have retorted: “The business of financial business is business”’
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above