Folded Newspapers


Global economy needs Marshall Plan for Covid, climate change – economist (September 15, The Irish Times)

A million jobs in peril as one in 16 UK firms say they are at risk of closure (August 15, The Observer)


Almost three-quarters of a million businesses ‘at risk of failure over next three months', economists warn (May 4, The Independent)


Firms at risk: 'We are worried about how we can survive' (January 27, BBC)

Around 900,000 small firms at risk in ‘cruel spring of bankruptcy’ if Covid help stopped, Rishi Sunak warned (January 27, The Independent)

Gordon Brown calls for urgent budget help as 1 in 7 UK firms face collapse (January 27, The Guardian)

UK economists’ survey: recovery will be slower than in peer countries (January 3, Financial Times)


Professor John Van Reenen to lead £5m research programme into boosting UK productivity (August 21, ESRC)


Why tech didn’t save us from covid-19 (June 17, MIT Technology Review)


John Van Reenen recognised as one of the world's most influential researchers (December 12, Web of Science)


The myth of crowding out (December 2, Financial Times)


Getting Brexit done will not help UK economy, say academics (November 26, City AM)

News Analysis: Gender bias turned out to be a wonderful indicator of WeWork’s incompetence (November 5, LA Times)

Running out of excuses for high inequality (October 27, The Hill)

Débat: La gratuité garantit-elle l’accessibilité de l’enseignement supérieur? (October 23, The Conversation-France)

Thus Southern Europe has lost 20 years of information technology revolution (October 22, Buongiorno Slovacchia)


US economy relies on innovation that needs helping hand; OPINION (October 3, Irish Independent)

Avoir raison ou être utile (September 25, Les Echos)


US Congress - Video Clip Of Race and Gender-Based Wealth Gaps [02:40] (September 24, C-Span)

Piers Morgan takes swipe at Remainers' project fear after Britain sees investment boom (September 23, Express Online)

How Canada can up the country’s lacklustre innovation game (September 20, Business in Vancouver)


 A no-deal Brexit won’t end the uncertainty for business  (September 12, The Conversation)


Queen Elizabeth Approves U.K. Prime Minister's Request to Suspend Parliament; European Commission Reacts to Boris Johnson's Move to Prorogue U.K. Parliament; Italian Parties Reach Deal to Form New Government. Aired 3-4p ET (August 28, CNN International)


Why No Deal Brexit is a battle for the soul of our nation (August 26, LSE Business Review)


La Universidad como motor de la economía (August 26, El Sol de Cuautla)


Urban Growth and Ivory Towers (August 22, US News)

How To Generate More Innovation In America (August 16, Forbes)

Great Ideas Are Growing Scarce. That's Not So Great. (August 9, Bloomberg)


Innovation Policy: Federal Support for R&D Falls as its Importance Rises (August 7, Conversable Economist)

America cannot shake the Baumol cost disease (July 22, Emirates Business)

America Can’t Shake the Cost Disease (July 19, BNN Bloomberg)


Elitist Britain: how can we make business more meritocratic? (July 17, City A.M.)


The Rise of Superstar Firms (July 16, VideoVox)

Should nationality figure into eurozone leadership choices? (July 5, Chicago Booth Review)

Aranceles y petróleo dominarán los temas en la cumbre del G20 en Osaka (June 28, La Republica)

Euro 20 years: too important to fail, too fragile to succeed (in Chinese) (June 3, MP Weixin)

Euro 20 years: too important to fail, too fragile to succeed (in Chinese) (June 3, Caijin Mobile)

Small businesses to be given artificial intelligence boost (May 6, City A.M.)

What drives differences in management Practices? (May 1, American Economic Review 2019)

Who Becomes an Inventor in America? The Importance of Exposure to Innovation (May 1, Quarterly Journal of Economics)

The US Doesn't Need More Superstar Companies (April 26, Bloomberg)

Are superstar companies killing competition and taking over the US economy? (April 26, Business Standard)

How to Survive a Recession and Thrive Afterward (April 16, Harvard Business Review)

Economic Academic Circle: Do we need industrial policies? Evidence from regional funding programs (in Chinese) (April 14, The blog of the Shannon Economic Academic Circle)

Crear universidades impacta directamente en el crecimiento económico de la región (April 1, El Diario de Madryn)

Women inventors, long overlooked, are churning out more patents than ever (March 26, CNN)

Politics is failing on Brexit but economics has been on the money (March 14, Financial Times)

Elizabeth Warren wants to turn the internet into a literal sewer (service): Commentary (March 10, CNBC)

Elizabeth Warren wants to turn the internet into a literal sewer (service) (March 9, Truth on the Market Blog)

Research: Better-Managed Companies Pay Employees More Equally (March 6, Harvard Business Review)

We need a political party that is tough on the causes of Brexit. The Independent Group isn’t (February 26, The New Stateman)

Despite Tight Job Market, Labor Force's Income Is Squeezed (February 23, The Wall Street Journal)

Rising Hospital Prices Are Driving Up Health Care Spending (February 18, NIHCM Foundation)

Hospital Prices Grew Substantially Faster than physician prices from 2007 to 2014 (February 4, Health Affairs)

Variation in Health Spending Growth For The Privately Insured From 2007 To 2014 (February 4, Health Affairs)

The Price Ain’t Right? Hospital prices and health spending on the privately insured (February 1, Quarterly Journal of Economics


Central bankers grapple with the changing nature of competition (September 1, The Economist)

Fears that China has hurt innovation in the West are overblown (May 5, The Economist)

A healthy re-examination of free trade’s benefits and shocks (May 4, The Economist)

Innovation, meet organization (January 8, MIT News)



Van Reenen Warns of Brexit's Big Costs for U.K. (February 8, Bloomberg TV interview)

Brexit will leave Britons more than $4,000 poorer (February 8, CNBC)

‘Superstar’ Companies are Eating into Workers Wealth (February 3, Bloomberg)



Measuring Management (January 18, The Economist)



Holding on for tomorrow (November 16, The Economist)

No industrial policy, we're British (April 17, Financial Times interview)

Britain should not go back to the future (April 11, Financial Times)

Budget 2013: The chancellor's challenges (March 19, BBC News)

Budget 2013: Should the government plough ahead with cuts? (March 18, BBC News)

There is no shame in being a bureaucrat (March 3, Financial Times)

Editorial: AAA loss is a sign of failure (February 24, Independent)

Moody’s downgrades UK debt (February 23, BBC Newshour)

Do Bankers Bonuses Need an Overhaul? (February 22, CNBC)

Bankers pay up 14%, workers' wages up 3.7%: Fatcats who sparked crisis still lapping up the cream (February 22, Daily Mirror)

Incentive for schools to promote talent (February 7, Financial Times)

Why democracies aren’t good at bridge building (February 5, Bloomberg)

Scheme is no guarantee of reviving the economy (February 4, The Times)

A growth manifesto (February 2, The Economist)

Failure of long-term investment in infrastructure is one of Britain's most intractable social and economic problems (February 1, Daily Mail)

Planning for long-term growth tells us what we should do in the short-term (February 1, New Stateman)

Politics blamed as bar to growth (January 31, Financial Times)

Long-term thinking for the UK economy (January 31, BBC News)

Household income is measure of economic recovery (January 31, The Guardian)

If this is the future, it looks brighter already (January 31, The Times)

Britain needs infrastructure bank, say academics (January 31, The Times)

Failing schools 'hampering economy': Britain will not prosper unless education is overhauled (January 31, Daily Mail)

UK needs industrial strategy (January 31, The Telegraph)

Britain needs a long-term prosperity plan (January 30, Financial Times)