Vicky Pryce

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Vicky Pryce is on the board of CEBR, a former joint head of the Government Economic Service, and author of It’s the Economy, Stupid (Biteback 2015) with Andy Ross and Peter Urwin.

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Would a bank collapsing in the Northern Rock vein receive a government bailout today? [...]

22 February
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Will Janet Yellen’s departure from the Federal Reserve signal a shift in US monetary policy? [...]

5 February
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Does the fall in the rate of inflation signify the start of a longer-term reduction? [...]

17 January
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The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is widely expected to raise rates today by 0.25 per cent, reversing the [...]

2 November
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Do murmurs of a Bank of England interest rate rise imply signs of future recovery? [...]

20 September
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DEBATE: ­­Should we be concerned about sterling reaching parity with the euro? [...]

25 August
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DEBATE: Is it about time we scrapped the retail price index as a measure of inflation? [...]

17 August
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DEBATE: ­­Is there a case for easing austerity, even though the OBR says it would expose us to economic shock? [...]

17 July
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It is concerning that productivity, where the UK lags behind other industrial nations, fell in the first quarter to levels last [...]

7 July
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As UK inflation reaches 2.9 per cent, should the MPC HIKE or HOLD interest rates? [...]

14 June
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It is ironic that, having trashed Ed Miliband in the 2015 elections when he proposed freezing energy prices, Theresa May is now [...]

25 April
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Although tensions are flaring up again, it remains highly unlikely that Greece will leave the Eurozone. It has already done 80-90 [...]

16 February
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The Bank of England was far too pessimistic in August when it slashed 2017’s forecast growth rate to 0.8 per cent and its accompanying [...]

3 February
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The impact of globalisation has on the whole been positive. It has lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty, created vast new [...]

7 December
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Pleasantly surprised is to put it mildly. The sight of special snowflake heads exploding in outrage all around has been hugely [...]

14 November
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