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GDP Growth, climate change and the end of the peripheral science

Economics has long been known in academic circles as “the peripheral science”. It became increasingly side-lined as people realised how little it added to the world’s well-being. This is another extract from the Chronicles of Nat Eb, the memoirs of … Continue reading

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A fishing accident

It was a hot winter’s day.  The prime minister, Onan Hash, and his deputy, the minister for economic decline, Nat Eb, were spending the day on strategy.  They’d decamped to Hash’s beach-front cottage on the west coast of Scotland. Onan … Continue reading

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