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Trump and Brexit: What do they owe to economists? article icon

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Trump and Brexit: What do they owe to economists?

The reasons for the Trump phenomenon and Brexit vote are many and various, but have we overlooked ways in which standard economics, by failing to take seriously the radical uncertainty endemic in modern political economies, has contributed to the populist turn? Richard Bronk argues that by mischaracterising their profession as able to make precise forecasts of uncertain futures – an impossible task – economists contributed to the current denigration of experts. More importantly, by assuming that people form rational expectations, they encouraged us to ignore the transformative power of simple narratives.

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They can cage a child, but they can't frame the agenda article icon

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They can cage a child, but they can't frame the agenda

The Trump administration's behaviour on America's southern border shows there's a limit to the White House's power to control terms of debate, says Evan Stewart

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Donald Trump, President elect: A collection article icon

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Donald Trump, President elect: A collection

This Friday, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Experts from the OU and beyond share their insights into the man - and what his policies might mean for the world.

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Did Donald Trump ride a tide of anti-feminism to the White House? video icon

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Did Donald Trump ride a tide of anti-feminism to the White House?

Jo Gill believes a history of American anti-feminist sentiment can explain how Hillary Clinton was defeated in the US Presidential election.

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Attacked but not hacked: How secure was the US election? article icon

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Attacked but not hacked: How secure was the US election?

Fears that hackers might try and alter figures at the ballot boxes were unfounded - but that doesn't mean the US democratic process didn't come under exteme strrain, believes Richard Forno.

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Why the economy can't explain Trump or Brexit article icon

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Why the economy can't explain Trump or Brexit

Two shocks to the political system, but neither, says Eric Kaufmann, were driven by personal economic circumstances.

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How was the US election viewed in the Middle East video icon

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How was the US election viewed in the Middle East

OpenDemocracy's Adam Ramsay toured the West Bank during the closing stages of the US election campaign. What he heard may give an indication of how Trump's victory will be received in the region.

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What does a Trump victory mean for Britain?

Writing before the result of the US election was known, Tim Oliver explains why President Trump might mean tough times for the US/UK 'special relationship'

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How did Trump win the White House? article icon

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How did Trump win the White House?

There are five factors which took Trump to Pennsylvania Avenue, believes Anthony J. Gaughan

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Who is Donald Trump? article icon

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Who is Donald Trump?

He's now going to be running America. But who has the nation hired?

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What might the Trump presidency be like? article icon

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What might the Trump presidency be like?

An hour ago, the US networks called the election for Donald Trump. University College Dublin's Liam Kennedy shares a personal view of what might happen next.

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What does the US election mean for Europe?

Rutgers University's Simon Reich gives a personal perspective on what the vote - however it goes - might mean East of the Atlantic.

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