Greenhouse gas removal technologies could make a vital contribution to addressing climate change, but the state must become the sector's principal customer to realise this opportunity
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We are doubtless being called upon to reform the world. But we first need to understand, as well as catalogue, what is causing the current economic…
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Some economists argue that poor management skills explain the UK’s productivity problem. But we need a more expansive view of the nature and limitations…
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Liability-driven investment is a product of zombie dynamics in UK pensions provision. But the present chaos was avoidable
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Few commentators have adequately captured the nature of the Treasury's influence over UK economic policy, but new books by Aeron Davis and Howard Davies…
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The relationship between supporting innovation, and fairly distributing the wealth it produces, will always be fraught. Nurturing the innovative…
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Conservatism has changed: Liz Truss mimics Margaret Thatcher in style, but not substance. Labour needs to look beyond the fantasy sold to Tory members
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Pensions savers instinctively understand what pensions are for, despite the efforts of policy-makers to co-opt pension funds into a failing economic…
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