Many firms have had to scramble, and many more to fundamentally rethink what productivity looks like when you’re judged on output and not proximity
While the virus may have taken the world by surprise, our leaders knew we were heading for potential ruin
War talk by governments and health authorities fuels trends that are taking us backwards
The world has lived through crises before by stimulating activity, but what then when there are lockdowns?
As Covid-19 infections slowly rise, the Treasury’s immediate concerns should be protective equipment, relief for the poor and support for businesses
A prolonged shutdown will destroy the informal sector and plunge more people into poverty
Our deficit is fast approaching levels that required weaker eurozone countries to seek bailouts a decade ago
Bailing out individuals based on their needs is not the same as bailing out corporations based on our need for them