perhaps there is a form of growth which it is possible to sustain – ‘green growth’ – and if there is, we all need to know what it would look like. And if it’s impossible, we need to know that too.
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TweetThe Bank of England is expected to downgrade its growth forecasts today while warning of more financial pain to come. As the graph shows, the growth trend in the UK economy has been downward since around the third quarter of 2010 – coincidentally, about the time George Osborne set out the coalition’s spending plans (20th […]
The Michigan state legislature this week signed controversial ‘right to work’ proposals into law, banning agreements that force workers to pay union dues.
Cutting taxes, regulations and Britain’s decarbonisation will cause plenty of pain and very little gain.
Paul Swinney of the Centre for Cities looks at the effects of independent businesses on the economy.
As austerity takes its toll right across Europe, the European TUC argues for a new direction, based on solidarity and safeguarding Europe’s social model in law.
With George’s Marvellous Deficit Calculator you can predict the deficit in 2012/3 from growth in 2012
UK Growth is miserable and about to dive into recession according to the OECD. However, the government can’t blame it all on external factors – we’re doing worse than most OECD countries.
The Resolution Foundation today published a new paper by Professor Lane Kenworthy of the University of Arizona; James Plunkett reports.
Just as it is becoming clearer that Osbornomics doesn’t work, Tory think tanks are pushing for even more of the same, writes the TUC’s Nicola Smith.