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Described in the press as "Dr Gloom" and "Terrifying Tim", Tim Morgan has never avoided controversy, whether he is pointing out the crippling weaknesses of the British economy, calling for greater justice for a younger generation robbed by its elders, or explaining the link between inner-city riots and thwarted materialism. He developed the Essentials Index, which provides invaluable insights into the real cost of living.
Educated at Cambridge, Tim has always been fascinated by economic, political and military issues. His fascination with maritime warfare has taken him from commando exercis... Read more on Tim Morgan
Chancellor foresaw almost everything- The Telegraph, 7th March 2009Read more
Common sense over computers?- The Spectator, 7th March 2009Read more
The middle class is becoming an endangered species. Perhaps that sounds alarmist, or seems like special pleading for a group of people that is still relatively prosperous.
But the peril is real –...
ALTHOUGH the economy is improving, this is turning out to be “a recovery, but not as we know it”. Britain may be getting better off, but people keep getting poorer, as the costs of essentials...Read more
The escalation in energy costs is not just a living standards issue. It poses a threat to growth, and undermines the expansion of the ‘real economy’
That the recovery in the British economy is...
The economy is growing (just!), technology is enhancing and enriching lives (supposedly!) and, thanks to the central planners’ best efforts, there’s money sloshing about too. So why are so many...Read more
Cambridge Business Magazine
“We are already in the post-growth era,” states Tim Morgan in ‘Life After Growth’, “for which there exists no prior experience, and for which virtually no preparation has been made,”...Read more
Business Day Online
Ever since the publication of Capital in the 21st Century, prominent supporters of capitalism have rivalled each other in their denunciations of Thomas Piketty’s egalitarian thesis. In so doing,...Read more