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OP-ED: A pandemic of choice

OP-ED: A pandemic of choice

Omar Al-Ubaydli

Mon, Jan 18 2021

The economics of pandemic control versus civil liberties

OP-ED: Will cooperatives work in...

OP-ED: Will cooperatives work in...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Nov 15 2020

We must not forget that the usual answer to any question in economics is ‘it depends’

OP-ED: Nature follows supply and...

OP-ED: Nature follows supply and...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Nov 1 2020

Even other apes understand the concept of trade

C Raja Mohan outlines 5 implications...

'5 implications of Bangladesh's economic...

Bangladesh

Thu, Oct 22 2020

Indian international affairs analyst C Raja Mohan highlights the importance of the issue in regional...

OP-ED: Climbing out of the coronavirus...

OP-ED: Climbing out of the coronavirus...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Sep 19 2020

Matters must be left alone after the initial crisis is past

Japan's new PM Suga pledges to tackle...

New Japan PM pledges to tackle...

East Asia

Thu, Sep 17 2020

A long-time Abe adviser and right-hand man, Suga has said his run was inspired by a desire to continue...

OP-ED: Addressing climate change is...

OP-ED: Addressing climate change is...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Mon, Sep 14 2020

There is no scope to treat the problem lightly

OP-ED: The consequences of a right-wing...

OP-ED: Consequences of a right-wing...

Mir Aftabuddin Ahmed

Fri, Aug 21 2020

Modi’s actions are paving the way for China to exert greater influence on Bangladesh

OP-ED: Should the wealthy pay more...

OP-ED: Should the wealthy pay more...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jul 11 2020

The coronavirus does not change standard economics

OP-ED: Listening to the market

OP-ED: Listening to the market

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Jun 26 2020

Looking at the interest rate cap from a policy and regulation perspective

Infographic: Eastern Europe tumbles...

Infographic: Eastern Europe tumbles...

Europe

Fri, May 15 2020

Eastern European countries – formerly the fastest-growing part of the EU – are facing their...

Corona economics

Corona economics

Mamun Rashid

Wed, Feb 26 2020

A lasting lesson on the fragility of global supply chains

‘The dream of a top 10 Bangladeshi private...

‘The dream of a top 10 Bangladeshi private...

D2

Sun, Sep 8 2019

An Interview with Professor Salim Rashid, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois...

The fault in our Marx

The fault in our Marx

Anupam Debashis Roy

Wed, Aug 28 2019

Why Marx’s prescription is elitist, contradictory, and unrealistic

Democracy’s role in fighting climate...

Democracy’s role in fighting climate...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Thu, Jun 27 2019

How can governments develop climate strategies which build public support for action?

The economics of Eid

The economics of Eid

Muhammad Abdul Mazid

Tue, Jun 4 2019

The history of Eid celebrations is steeped in commerce

BRI and a more just new international...

BRI and a more just new international...

Rehman Sobhan

Fri, May 24 2019

China and its neighbours have much to gain from making the BRI into a more inclusive enterprise

Amartya Chair at LSE

Amartya Chair at LSE

Europe

Fri, Apr 26 2019

Amartya Sen won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1998 and the Bharat Ratna in 1999

The hidden cost  of inflation

The hidden cost of inflation

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Mar 15 2019

What can we, as consumers, do to combat its effects?

Making lives better with economics

Making lives better with economics

Business

Sat, Mar 24 2018

What the dismal science has to say about alleviating global poverty

Is life a game theory equation?

Is life a game theory equation?

Maisha Mehzabeen

Sat, Mar 10 2018

Only you can decide on your optimal path