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.
The theme of this issue is international institutions, values and economics. We have a focus on the increasing influence of China in the global political economy but also look wider: globotics – AI plus a new phase of globalisation, measuring poverty the Bill Gates way, transnational corporations, Brasil's shift to the right, revisiting Greece’s relationship with the EU, taking control of money, US politics and the green new deal and more.
50 years since the creation of the Nobel Economics Prize, we also feature the only winner whose work has fundamentally supported social democracy.
And we also talk to a 'dreamer' in the US while we can't avoid Brexit as Verity is faced with a smelly cheese crisis.