The Mint Magazine the home of fresh thinking economics, brings together opinion, analysis and humour to provide engaging stories about economic policy and research. Each issue features thinkers from all parts of the economy including Nobel Prize winners, cutting edge investors and social scientists. Published quarterly, this magazine is an invaluable resource for students and professionals keen on staying up to date with the ever-changing economic debate.
This issue reflects on 10 years after the failure of Lehman Brothers in 2008. We talk to John Kay about whether much has changed and what the prospects look like. We talk to three young leaders of organisations in the new economics movement that were a response to the Crash. We also have a range of commentators and analysts looking a banking 10 years later and the wider social-political context.