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The ECB would rather get its way by influencing expectations through threats than through action.
Latin American economic crises are less severe than they used to be
A few thoughts
The role of dramatic political change in launching Britain's industrial revolution may have been overstated
A push for higher minimum wage rates may not be the best way to help workers
It takes quite a lot of effort to turn economic growth into broad prosperity
The Netherlands is not alone in the northern core of the euro zone in suffering from poor growth prospects.
Is saving the euro a Pyrrhic victory?
The Bank of England tries to cool the housing market
The benefits from Britain's booming tourism industry won't be felt equally throughout its regional economies.
Countries skimp enforcement of decent working conditions to get FDI
Markets are strongly suggesting that cities should be bigger. Much bigger
The White House Council of Economic Advisers last week released a long and thorough study on the recent slowdown in the growth of health care spending. Americans have been so worried about runaway health costs for so long that this deceleration has been almost universally welcomed. Show More Summary
Markets expect a very gradual return to higher interest rates
Keynes was much more empirical in his thinking than even Keynesian economists are willing to admit
The Economist on the death of John Maynard Keynes in 1946
To counter stagnant wages, try giving workers an ownership stake
It is symptomatic of President Kennedy's evocative appeal to youth that in Britain the bright young television satirists should have provided one of the most pointed epitaphs so far
If sticky prices are costly, get rid of them
Women are excluded from finance across the developing world