The Undoing Project – Book Review

Michael Lewis could spin gold out of any topic he chose but his best work has shone a spotlight into corners of the world that weren’t getting enough attention until Lewis came along. Liar’s Poker described bond trader Lewis Ranieri and the way securitisation...

The economist’s guide to gift-giving

“There are worlds of money wasted, at this time of year, in getting things that nobody wants, and nobody cares for after they are got.” That was Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1850, reminding us that concerns over Christmas consumerism aren’t new.  Also not new is Joel...

Thomas C. Schelling, 1921 – 2016

Thomas C. Schelling, who died on December 13 at the age of 95, was a self-described “errant economist” who worked as a Cold War strategist and won the most prestigious prize of his profession. Schelling was a popular winner of the Nobel memorial prize for economics....

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