• Jul
    25
    By Noah Smith, Bloomberg

    If you care at all about what academic macroeconomists are cooking up (or if you do any macro investing), you might want to check out the latest economics blog discussion

  • If you care at all about what academic macroeconomists are cooking up (or if you do any macro investing), you might want to check out the latest economics blog discussion

  • By John Lloyd, Reuters

    Russian president Vladimir Putin’s popularity has soared at home in the wake of his actions in Ukraine — and the masterful spin his intervention has been given.
    The joy that

  • By John Lloyd, Reuters

    Russian president Vladimir Putin’s popularity has soared at home in the wake of his actions in Ukraine — and the masterful spin his intervention has been given.
    The joy that

  • Jul
    23
    By Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg

    The Russian parliament is likely to limit purchases of western computer hardware and software by public companies and government agencies — a response to western sanctions that would cost billions

  • Jul
    18
    By John Lloyd, Reuters

    As the death toll in Gaza rises, so does anger against Israel — and sometimes, by extension, jews — in Europe and elsewhere.
    We should mark how unique this is

  • By Jack Shafer, Reuters

    A recent ruling by Europe’s top court has given its people a “right to be forgotten. ” Google and other search engines must now delete “inadequate irrelevant or

  • Jul
    14

    In India, the renewable energy certificate (REC) mechanism, introduced in 2010, is a market-based instrument to promote renewable energy and facilitate compliance of renewable purchase obligations (RPOs). It is

  • Jul
    13

    We are a very political people. We politicise and corrupt everything

  • Jul
    11
    By Mohamed A El-Erian, Bloomberg

    Asia wants a new specialised bank to fill the gaps left by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). In contrast to its last effort to create