Comment & analysis
Northern Powerhouse: cruel deception or cool conception?
Two parties. Two rivals. Two plans. One surprisingly similar outcome says LUMS economist Geraint Johnes.
Higher tuition fees reduce the risk of students dropping out of university
When fees go up, dropout rates go down, according to research by economist Giuseppe Migali.
Explainer: how does the weather affect the economy?
Economist Geraint Johnes examines how a hot summer can affect our spending habits.
Greece is a reminder of the fragility of money and the need to deal with debt
Joe Deville discusses the issues of debt forgiveness, money mobility and how they affect Greece.
What have falling oil prices meant for Gulf finances?
It may be good news for Europe, but what effect has the fall in oil prices had on oil-exporting countries? Economist Marwan Izzeldin examines the impact in Global Banking and Finance Review.View full article on the Global Banking and Finance Review website
Without Network Rail upgrades, the Northern Powerhouse will falter
Improvements in infrastructure are of vital importance in revitalising the northern economy, explains economist Geraint Johnes.
Why the Pope needs the Boardroom
As the Pope's call for sustainability faces a backlash, Gail Whiteman argues that the time will come when religious and business leaders regard each other as allies.