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Women in Afghanistan

It is unfathomable to me that women in the 21st Century can be denied the same freedoms that I have taken for granted all my life.

EU's Regulations for Ethics

Will the EU’s increase in regulations on ESG (environmental, social, and governance) matters going to make businesses more ethical?

Emerging Economies

Emerging economies have accounted for almost two-thirds of global GDP growth and more than half of new consumption in the past 15 years.

Economics Basics: Micro & Macro

If you have ever thought "why can’t we just print more money?" and then actually researched it, you would have begun to learn Economics.

The Training Tax Credit

Training tax credits could be the best way of supercharging growth, employment and living standards in "left behind" Britain.

Happiness Isn’t Good for the Economy

FOMO, the need for constant self-upgrade, and increasing pressures on modern society to fit in all significantly affect the economy.

The Upsides of Inequality

Disparity between people in society of course has its downsides, but what often gets overlooked are the tangible benefits of inequality.

Introducing Ponzi Schemes

A Ponzi scheme is an investment fraud where funds from recent investors pay profits to earlier investors.

The 2010 Flash Crash Explained

On May 6th, 2010, the Dow Jones Index lost almost 9% of its value in a matter of minutes. What happened?

The Inequality Pandemic

The waiter who lost their job looks enviously at the billionaires of the world, who have seen their net worth rise by $1.1 trillion.

Venezuela: A Modern Hyperinflation Crisis

Following the election of President Nicolas Maduro, the inflation rate in Venezuela skyrocketed from 800% in 2016 to 2,000,000% in 2018.

The UK Minimum Wage

Inequality refers to the disparity in income and wealth between people in society.

Challenger Banks: A Revolution in Finance

Challenger banks tend to offer modern technology to facilitate financial services, unlike normal banks that stick to traditional methods.

Decreasing the Income Inequality Gap

The government can decrease inequality between different levels of educated people by increasing spending on healthcare education.

Major Economic Indicators

Economic indicators are typically statistics that act as a source of evidence to indicate the well-being of a nation’s future economy.

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