The idiosyncrasies of economics

Hold back: we should not get too excited about European trade growth over the coming 12-18 months

COMMENT: The life of an economist is truly challenging. We are always blamed for getting things wrong and accused of finding great excuses of why we should have been on the mark with our projections. When if we get things right it is rarely remembered for long, writes Ben Hackett.

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