A new book about the role of governments in long-term R&D and market-creation functions should send shockwaves through the political system over the coming decades. Fortunately, you can read it now.
The economic stagnation sweeping the globe is hitting academia. For publishers and others, the implications can be severe and long-term.
A new form of cybercurrency is edging into the mainstream, but is it something we should embrace or repel?
This time, the winner is . . . just as ambiguous.
The infrastructure for change is in place and largely working. What might that mean for publishing and academic cultures? (The first of a four-part series.)
Keynes and Hayek debate their approaches and theories around boom-and-bust economics, in a rap number that’s making the rounds.
When money is treated as materials rather than a rate of activity, GDP can quickly freeze, as this graphic shows.