Europe's ageing population is going to cause a sharp productivity slowdown and cause serious economic problems, according to new IMF research.
The summer vacation is over, and the political situation has deteriorated, writes Anders Borg, formerly Sweden's finance minister.
A Good job, a nice house, a clean environment. Europe’s best countries offer this recipe for a sense of well-being
The Human Development Index adjusted for inequality and hours worked can give us deeper insight into a country's economic standing, writes Thorvaldur Gylfason.
The Cologne Institute for Economic Research looked at how GDP would be affected if a country had to cope without its capital city.
A look at the impact of wage inequality on the Brexit vote, and how Brexit could impact wage inequality in the future.
These maps show European migration in numbers – with surprising results.
These charts outline the export links between Britain and the EU.
Jonathan Portes looks at what Brexit means for UK immigration policy.
The IMF examines the European Central Bank's (ECB) negative interest rate policy.
Patricia Jackson looks at the possible impact of Brexit on the banking industry.
The IMF looks at small business, debt and eurozone investment.
A look at fiscal policies and the need for a change to put people first.
New research explores some of the driving factors behind the Greek crisis.
Diane Coyle, Professor of Economics at the University of Manchester, examines Brexit in the context of globalization.