Richard Thaler: Patient and Pertinent

It is a common perception that the field of Economics is inherently selfish. Early theorists in the discipline such as Smith and Ricardo were strong advocates of the view that people are perfectly rational; that they will always strive to…

Bury Austerity: it has no place in the future of our politics

Last week, The Beaver published an opinion article which argued that austerity was a policy which “should be put back on the menu” of politics. I write today in response to that article, and to argue against such claim. Both…

The Amartya Sen Interview: on Democracy and Justice

By Taryana Odayar and Sonali Campion.  An aged gentleman wearing a bright yellow raincoat slowly shuffles into the lobby of LSE’s Old Building. He is unaccompanied and moves gingerly with unhurried yet deliberately measured steps. He takes a seat on…

Interview with Dr Romani ; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

By Taryana Odayar (Features Editor) Expert applied Economist Dr Mattia Romani is the Managing Director for Country and Sector Economics at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Previously, Dr Romani was Chief Economist of the Global Green Growth Institute…