On economics not being weather forecasting

In early 2008 I was the oldest intern (35) in Westminster, toiling at the Social Market Foundation.  As an experienced financial spiv and prolific economic bluffer, I was asked to present to a roomful of wonks on this thing, “the credit crunch”.* I wish I could find the slides.  But somehow I had the time toContinue reading “On economics not being weather forecasting”