Learning from the Marshall Plan as a state-planned, state-funded approach to reindustrialise Western Europe after WWII.
The historical evidence of the role of the state in economic growth, based on Reinert’s book “How Rich Countries Got Rich… and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor”.
A summary of List’s sophisticated theory of the role that protectionism can play on the path to global free trade.
The real reasons Britain grew rich (hint: it wasn’t free trade and small government)
A summary of a recent paper by Adair Turner on the impact of automation on unemployment and the economy in general, and the implications for social cohesion.