Result by Graeme Leach tag - 16 items found


Forget Nordic Exceptionalism: Scandinavia Grew Wealthy Despite Big Government

Thursday, 29 October 2015

The Nordic Model is often referred to as 'the exception which disproves the rule that big government is negative for long-term growth'. Yet, a closer look at the evidence reveals the Nordic economies aren’t exceptional at all, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)


Jeremy Corbyn’s Big State Policies Would be Disastrous for Long-Term UK Growth

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Corbyn's fiscal consequences could be dire, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow to the Economics of Prosperity programme at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)


Hiking Rates Could be a Fed Error of Historic Proportions

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

If the US Fed acts too hastily this year, it could be forced into a humiliating reversal next year, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)     


Are Interest Rates About to Rise? Don’t Bank On It Yet

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Tightening monetary policy when broad money growth stands at just over 4 per cent would be a brave move and the wrong one, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)


Grexit? Decline in Potential Growth is the Real Challenge

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Whether it’s the United Kingdom, Greece or China, the primary focus of economic policy should be on raising potential output growth, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)


What David Cameron’s Guru Doesn't Get

Thursday, 11 June 2015

David Cameron's former chief strategist, Steve Hilton, still doesn't doesn’t get it: You need to shrink the state to make it human, writes Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (City A.M.)


UK Must Prepare for the Asian Consumer Revolution

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute, offers eight reforms to position Britain for the coming Asian consumer revolution (City A.M)


We Must Stop Panicking About Deflation

Thursday, 21 May 2015

When it comes to deflation, what matters is what causes it, writes Graeme Leach (City A.M.)


What's Gone Wrong with the EU? And What Do We Know About the Economics of the EU Membership?

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

The Legatum Institute's inaugural 'Economics of Prosperity' lecture played host to Graeme Leach, Director of Economics and Prosperity Studies at the Legatum Institute and Roger Bootle, Managing Director of Capital Economics and winner of the Wolfson Economics Prize. The speakers spoke on the topics of: What do we know about the economics of the EU membership? and what has gone wrong with the EU?


The Road to the 2015 General Election

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Speaking at a lunch at the Legatum Institute, Lynton Crosby, campaign strategist and organisation specialist, discussed the challenges facing the Conservative party in the lead up to the 2015 general election.


Government and Growth

Friday, 25 April 2014

As part of its new ‘Government and Growth’ programme, the Legatum Institute hosted a breakfast with Director of Economics and Prosperity Studies, Graeme Leach, to discuss the impact of government on economic performance, and the global literature pointing towards achieving faster GDP growth by shrinking the state.


Forget Nordic Socialism: Welfare Didn't Make Scandinavia Rich

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

In a column for City A.M., the Legatum Institute's Director of Economics and Prosperity Studies Graeme Leach makes the case for why the Nordic economic model is not a model for the UK.


State of the Economy 2014: The Consequences of Quantitative Easing

Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The Legatum Institute’s Director of Economics and Prosperity Studies, Graeme Leach, participated in a panel discussion on the future outlook for monetary and fiscal policy, at the Institute for Economic Affairs’ 2014 'State of the Economy' conference.


Is the Swedish Model Here to Stay?

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Sweden, like other Nordic countries, appears to have found a recipe for sustained success. What is behind this remarkable performance? A panel discussion to explore this question from a variety of angles.


The Ingredients of Prosperity: Sweden and Its Neighbours

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

The Legatum Institute, in partnership with the Swedish Embassy, hosted a panel discussion which looked at the Swedish and Nordic region's economic, political, and social success.


Report: The success of the Nordic countries

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

The Legatum Institute publishes a new report which argues that the strong performance of Nordic economies over the past 15 years is a retreat of government—in terms of public spending, taxation and regulation.