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Confidence: why it matters and why it shouldn’t

Business confidence

Business confidence is a big deal for the news editors… particularly when it slumps.  This is because – it is widely believed – a fall in business confidence reflects an economic slowdown at best or, worse still, the onset of a new recession.   With this in mind, the latest round …

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They promised a small state. They gave us a weak state

Corporate welfare

While the 2008 financial crash finally exposed the infantile economic theories behind neoliberalism, most of its political claims remain unchallenged.  Key among these is the belief that somehow successive neoliberal governments have been “rolling back the state.” Ripping up so-called “red tape,” cutting taxes and providing ready access to finance …

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