Focusing on short-term efficiency gains can lead to long-term inefficiency. The work of Schumpeter provides an alternative that could lead to greater prosperity.
The German economic downturn raises questions about the largest European economy but, more importantly, over the future of the Eurozone and Europe
Patrick Kaczmarczyk argues that successful economic development in Palestine will require an adequate theory of development, industrial policy, and institutional reforms
Contrary to recent claims that Germany has ‘quietly rebalanced’ its economy since the Eurozone crisis began, when German policy is viewed […]
Despite the notion of hyper-globalisation, most trade happens with countries in close geographic proximity. Tendencies towards regionalisation and the UK’s […]
Coordinated policy actions are needed to tame dominant corporate power and rent-seeking The Trade and Development Report 2017 by the […]