Beyond 2020: The Great Bifurcation
Recessions tend to be levellers, but the events of 2020 were perverse: Those already well-off gained in the chaos. The widening wealth inequality gap presents stark scenarios for how the future will play out.
Analyzing the Effects of Negative Interest Rates Across Five Economies
Negative interest rates are an extreme form of monetary policy intended to stimulate inflation or defend a currency peg. Five economies have experienced such conditions and their experiences give lessons towards the effectiveness of such strategies.
Do Economic Moats Still Matter?
What are economic moats and how are they constructed? Some argue that they are a necessity to retain market position, while others see them as negative and uncreative.