Martin Wolf

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Business, or more particularly the markets, have featured in this newspaper from its earliest days. Back in 1860, the paper carried a Market & Com(...)

Police officers tape off the Lincoln Memorial, closing it to visitors. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Is the US a functioning democracy? This week legislators decided to shut down a swath of the federal government rather then allow an enacted health la(...)

Earlier this month, economist Martin Wolf wrote an article in this newspaper titled “Much-maligned state takes the boldest risks in innovation”. His p(...)

Chris Johns. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Where will the new jobs come from? Branch closures at Ulster Bank and loss of a call centre contract for Hewlett Packard could lead to over 1,000 job (...)

A 100 billion Zimbabwean dollar note in a country where hyperinflation is rife. The stability of inflation seems to be a reward for the credibility of inflation targeting. That gives policymakers room to risk expansionary policies.

Why are the high-income countries not mired in deflation? This is the puzzle today, not the absence of the hyperinflation that hysterics have w(...)

It is extraordinary the extent to which the banking sector is behind so many of the woes that litter the business pages of newspapers across t(...)

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