18 February 2014
Sam's work on Scottish monetary arrangements if they went independent was covered further: on ITV.com, the Scottish Evening Times, the International Business Times, pro-Independence blogs (also here, and here), Realradio Scotland. He also debated Mark Wallace over whether these should and would worry Scots and change the course of the referendum.
13 February 2014
ASI research director Sam Bowman's comment that Scotland could keep the pound without British consent was widely carried: in the Scottish Sun, twice in the Guardian, in at least 24 local papers, in The Herald, and on Opendemocracy.net.
Read his whole statement here.
10 February 2014
ASI President Dr. Madsen Pirie made the case, in City A.M.'s debate section, that new technology will not destroy jobs permanently.
Read his argument here.
7 February 2014
Our Research Director Sam Bowman debates the minimum wage with political economist and author Will Hutton on the BBC World Service.
Starts at 7:06. This was also aired on Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Radio.
5 February 2014
Our research director Sam Bowman writes in City A.M.'s forum section how San Francisco's housing problem is not driven by wealthy tech workers—but government.
Read the whole piece here.
30 January 2014
Senior Fellow Lars Christensen explains what's going on in emerging markets in City A.M.
Read the whole thing here.
30 January 2014
James Croft's report, which argued that free schools would make little difference unless the profit motive was allowed to operate, was mentioned in a Guardian article by Lola Okolosie.
28 January 2014
2013 radio presenter of the year Iain Dale mentioned the ASI's 2011 work on the NHS in a 45 minute lecture given in Romford.
26 January 2014
Adam Smith Institute Direction Dr. Eamonn Butler was quoted in a feature in the Sunday Times, explaining how inequality is a feature of rapid economic growth, hence the many billionaires being created in China.
Read the (paywalled) piece here.Read more...
20 January 2014
A letter from ASI research director Sam Bowman, arguing for greater focus on demand-side stabilisation in macroeconomic policy.
Read the letter here.Read more...