- In the 1980s capitalism triumphed over communism. In the 1990s it triumphed over democracy and the market economy.
- If you'd lose a troublesome visitor, lend him money.
- Money is human happiness in the abstract; and so the man who is no longer capable of enjoying such happiness in the concrete, sets his whole heart on money.
- No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the greater part of the members are poor and miserable.
- I must confess that if I had been consulted whether to establish a Nobel Prize in economics, I should have decidedly advised against it.
--F. A. Hayek
David Coates argues that to win again the US centre-left must build broad class alliances that include the white poor.
A look at new data that confirms that liberals tend to be keener on health related nudges than conservatives.
How an online experiment confirms Kahneman and Tversky's findings on the framing effect.
Jeremy Stangroom looks at the curious case of the nudge that attracted the ire of the British police.
Donald Hirsch cautions against recklessness in the move to a "real living wage" policy.
Dan Hough on cultures of corruption, and how rule changes, in and of themselves, are not enough.