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Behind the curve

26 June 2017

Compared to most economic theories, the so-called “Phillips Curve” couldn’t be simpler. Developed by the New Zealand economist William Phillips, it argues that there is an inverse relationship between unemployment and inflation: when one goes up, the other should come down.


No place like home

06 March 2017

Bridging the gap

13 February 2017

At a time when accommodative central bank policies – introduced in the wake of the global financial crisis – appear to have mostly outlived their usefulness, what will provide economies with the boost they need in 2017?


The meat of the matter

06 January 2017

Over the next 45 years, global meat production will double.


14 December 2016

As every aspect of the economy goes increasingly digital, it should come as no surprise that shopping is following the trend.