By Rachel Cunliffe
Economics 21 - 25 May 2016
The free market economy decentralizes decision-making authority in the only way that makes sense. In contrast, top-down political interventions are the epitome of social manipulation by the powerful elite.
Institute of Economic Affairs - 25 May 2016
The Atlantic - 25 May 2016
Adam Afriyie - 25 May 2016
Tim Harford - 25 May 2016
The most important step the United States can take to ensure good relations with China and India is not dramatic at all: It is to prioritize goodwill and make cooperation the dominant element of its interactions
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Bruegel - 25 May 2016
Uber and Airbnb make travel and accommodation easier, but so did the Internet and the telephone, technologies that hardly turned us into ethical monsters. How often do people really deliberately chose a less convenient product over a more convenient one?
Cato Institute - 25 May 2016
World Economic Forum - 25 May 2016
Iain Martin - 24 May 2016
Energy & Environment
Nigeria's Kaduna state has declared a state of emergency after the Tomato Leaf Miner moth has ruined 80% of tomato farms. The loss is expected to cost the economy 1bn naira (£3.5m), and has pushed the cost of the staple food up to £144/basket.
International Business Times - 24 May 2016