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telegraph.co.uk - Tim Wallace - Economy will feel a £100bn boost from tax cuts
Economy will feel a £100bn boost from tax cuts
The Telegraph

The economy is set for a boost of almost £100bn over the next decade as tax cuts stimulate growth, according to analysis by the Taxpayers' Alliance and Europe Economics. Kwasi Kwarteng's moves to reverse the national insurance increase and…

nytimes.com - Jamelle Bouie - Opinion | Let's Talk About the Economic Roots of White Supremacy
Opinion | Let's Talk About the Economic Roots of White Supremacy
The New York Times

In my Tuesday column on the political incentives within the Republican Party, I made an analogy to the struggle over civil rights in the midcentury Democratic Party. I brought up the Dixiecrats and mentioned their opposition to labor rights as well…

forbes.com - Jonathan Ponciano - Recession Watch: 'Very Concerning' Sign Of Serious Economic Slowdown Emerges As Stock Market Collapses
Recession Watch: 'Very Concerning' Sign Of Serious Economic Slowdown Emerges As Stock Market Collapses
Forbes

A growing rash of economists are warning the odds of a recession have increased amid a historic inversion of the yield curve—a telltale sign of a looming economic slowdown after the Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised rates to the highest…

bloomberg.com - Birgit Jennen - Germany's Scholz in Saudi Arabia as Gas Crunch Bites Economy
Germany's Scholz in Saudi Arabia as Gas Crunch Bites Economy
Bloomberg

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz looked Saturday to secure more energy supplies, meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman to discuss future cooperation, including on hydrogen imports, as Europe's largest economy struggles with fallout from…

nytimes.com - Let's talk about the economic roots of white supremacy
Let's talk about the economic roots of white supremacy
The New York Times

For subscribersSeptember 24, 2022 The Dixiecrats: College students at the 1948 Southern Democratic Convention.Bettmann/Getty Images In my Tuesday column on the political incentives within the Republican Party, I made an analogy to the struggle over…

bbc.co.uk - Starmer's task is to soothe nerves and grow the economy - BBC News
Starmer's task is to soothe nerves and grow the economy - BBC News
BBC

Party conferences are carnivals for the politically obsessed. Those of us whose jobs or passions lead us to follow every twist and turn of politics don't need persuading of their importance. But the conferences do matter, I promise, for several…

hbr.org - The Female Economy
The Female Economy
Harvard Business Review

• Women represent the largest market opportunity in the world. • But despite women's dominant buying power, many companies continue to market mostly to men and fail to explore how they might meet women's needs. • Companies that…

wordpress.com - Richard Smith - Unfettered economic growth will destroy us: we need an alternative
Unfettered economic growth will destroy us: we need an alternative
WordPress.com

Economic growth is supposed to save Britain, but sadly it's more likely to destroy us. Growth as the central concern of economics is, points out Geoff Mann in the London Review of Books, a relatively recent phenomenon.

theglobeandmail.com - Ian McGugan - It's hard to dispute the notion the U.S. is king of the global economy, but the case for the rest of the world is more impressive
It's hard to dispute the notion the U.S. is king of the global economy, but the case for the rest of the world is more impressive
The Globe and Mail

Please log in to bookmark this story. Create Free Account One of the best investments you could have made at the start of this year would have been a stack of U.S. dollar bills. The greenback has gone from strength to strength in recent months and…

thehill.com - Ida Rademacher, opinion contributor - Financial inclusion for the 'unbanked' could ease US economic woes
Financial inclusion for the 'unbanked' could ease US economic woes
The Hill

Across rural America and in urban centers throughout the country, there is a little-known roadblock to economic growth and personal prosperity that is keeping millions of people from achieving financial independence and building personal…

belfasttelegraph.co.uk - By Sophie Wingate, PA Political Correspondent - Starmer: Let's set out alternative to Tories' casino economics at conference
Starmer: Let's set out alternative to Tories' casino economics at conference
Home

Sir Keir Starmer said the Labour conference is the party's chance to “set out the alternative” to the Tory Government's “casino economics”. Arriving in Liverpool on Saturday ahead of the annual gathering, the Labour…

mirror.co.uk - Voice of the Mirror - Mini-Budget proves PM Liz Truss and her Tories have lost the plot on economy
Mini-Budget proves PM Liz Truss and her Tories have lost the plot on economy
mirror

Nothing illustrates better the cavernous political divide between Keir Starmer and Liz Truss than her Chancellor's bizarre budget on Friday. Abolishing the top 45% rate of income tax was plain weird. No one expected it. No one was calling for it.

washingtonpost.com - Martin Ivens | Bloomberg - Analysis | Liz Truss's Radical Economics May Be a Gift for Labour
Analysis | Liz Truss's Radical Economics May Be a Gift for Labour
Washington Post

Who is the real “change candidate” after 12 years of Conservative government in the UK: Keir Starmer, the leader of the opposition Labour party? Or Liz Truss, the fourth successive Tory prime minister? That is the question Starmer…

harvard.edu - A Simple Theory of Economic Development at the Extensive Industry Margin
A Simple Theory of Economic Development at the Extensive Industry Margin
Harvard University

Diodato, D., Hausmann, R. & Schetter, U., 2022. A Simple Theory of Economic Development at the Extensive Industry Margin. Copy at http://www.tinyurl.com/2zlsvx66 We revisit the well-known fact that richer countries tend to produce a larger variety…

nytimes.com - Natasha Singer - LinkedIn Ran Social Experiments On 20 Million Users Over Five Years
LinkedIn Ran Social Experiments On 20 Million Users Over Five Years
The New York Times

LinkedIn ran experiments on more than 20 million users over five years that, while intended to improve how the platform worked for members, could have affected some people's livelihoods, according to a new study. In experiments conducted around the…

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