Ana Glavao reveals a new model that gives a far more up-to-date picture of what is going on with a country's GDP.
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Nigel Driffield is part of a research group designed to deliver the UK Government's levelling up plan, but they have found holes in Boris Johnson's grand strategy.
The Midlands has one of the lowest levels of productivity in the UK, leading to a potential loss of up to £20 billion to the region each year, a new report shows.
Constantinos Antoniou explains how behavioural finance is vital for central bankers if they are to truly understand the economy and markets and how their policies will affect them.
Traditional financial and investment management research and work-flows will be heavily disrupted by AI over the next 10 years, a symposium of leading researchers heard.
AI offers a chance for fund managers to step away from the crowd and end years of declining returns, a webinar for investors and researchers heard.
The UK economy could see its GDP boosted almost three per cent if the Bank of England introduced its own digital coins.
Consumers might think setting their credit card repyaments to autopay would be a smart move, but Neil Stewart's research finds it can lead to paying back more not less.
Accounting scandals such as Enron's collapse have blighted the business world. Jo Horton reveals the best regulatory regime to safeguard against them happening.