Book notes: Radical uncertainty, by Mervyn King and John Kay

Radical uncertainty, by Mervyn King

Mervyn King and John Kay, Radical uncertainty: decision-making for an unknowable future, Little, Brown Book Group, 2020, 544 pages

One of the clichés that lead me to shout at the radio (there are now quite a disturbing number), is that “business or financial markets hate uncertainty”. And in my 50 months at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, where I have observed the sometimes outrageous swings of the UK’s national fortune, whether it is referendums, elections, the Brexit

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