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Behavioral economics: Talking about their work makes bankers more dishonest
Latin America's boom is over-worst off are countries with governments that wasted the windfall
For a nuclear deal to be done both sides need to compromise, but Iran must give more ground
China's central bank is wary of easing monetary policy, but that is what the economy needs
Obituary: Donald Stookey, glass chemist, died on November 4th, aged 99
Margaret Thatcher left office on this day in 1990. Her chequered legacy #econarchive (2013)
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Trending: The Economist explains why India is doing better than most emerging markets
Russia will be the biggest test for the EU's new high representative for foreign policy
A new study offers hope in the battle against bulging waistlines
Heroin has returned to haunt a new generation of Americans
Is Germany's economy strong enough to pull Europe out of its crisis?
"The world cannot afford a European lost decade" But Europe may be lucky only to lose a decade
The two halves of former Czechoslovakia remember what they did so well together: protest
Africa's military spending spree. Spending grew 8.3% in 2013 and 65% in the past decade
Latin America's economies have slowed far more abruptly than anyone expected
The face of heroin use in the US has changed utterly: 50% of users are women, 90% are white
#Dailychart: "Secular stagnation", a theory first popularised in the 1930s, is popular again
"If we have fewer low-skilled Europeans we'll have more high-skilled Indians." Not llikely
Hotel rooms that block Wi-Fi signal: a modern solution to a thoroughly modern problem
The right thing, done the wrong way. The reaction to Mr Obama's action will leave deep scars
Ukraine's economy: it really is that bad. And things could get a lot worse
Neither Labour nor Conservative pledges to boost NHS funding would close the funding gap
The #MagnaCarta turns 800 next year. Time to adapt it to the internet age. Here's Mega Carta:
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