Trump’s assault on vested interests won him the White House. Now we must see if he will grab the opportunity to really make America great again, says Edward Chancellor.
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When the US Treasury considered zero-coupon perpetual bonds years ago, it was greeted as a joke. Not now, says Edward Chancellor.
If central bankers push interest rates any lower, they risk undermining the social order upon which the capitalist system rests, says Ed Chancellor.
Mass immigration has led to populism across Europe. The best way to tackle that, says Ed Chancellor, is to address the festering problem of inequality.
The market turmoil unleashed by the EU vote could help to put the economy on a sounder footing, says Edward Chancellor.
The ideals of the Enlightenment support Britain leaving the European Union, says Edward Chancellor. Not the other way around.
Voting to leave the EU is not an act of petty nationalism, says Edward Chancellor, it is firmly in the tradition of one of the Enlightenment’s greatest philosophers.
It might appear that a shortage of new houses to blame for Britain’s high house prices. But that’s not the real reason, says Edward Chancellor.
Today’s workers count the pensions they are promised as part of their wealth. Edward Chancellor explains why that’s optimistic to say the least.
Three hundred years ago, France embarked on a scheme to boost economic growth and lower interest rates with printed money. Sound familiar?