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This is the Tragedy of the Commons! (Guest Writer Prof. Gollier)

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A Study of Business Investment in the US Post-Crisis

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Analysing the role of NGOs in Improving Health and Educational Outcomes in Rural Africa: Evidence from Ethiopia

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Effective Competition inside an Oligopoly: China’s E-commerce Market and its Welfare Implications

Justin Lam

Crave to Herd: How well do we interpret information under uncertainty?

Julia

Is brain-drain a real danger for Hungary?

Bee Population Dynamics and Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)

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Income Inequality in the United States

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The Effect of Weakening the Hukou System on Property Prices in China: Empirical Evidence from Shanghai

Christopher

The Sky’s the Limit: Is Vertical Farming the solution for Sustainable Cities

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Effect of Quantitative Easing on inflation in the US

Most election prediction models that try to forecast who's going to win the presidency take into account some measure of how the economy is doing. So what happens when the economy is just so-so

Decision Markets: Theory and Applications

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Effect of Trade Liberalisation on the Degree of Poverty Alleviation

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The impacts of racial and religious diversity on union participation in the United Kingdom

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A Swansong from another age: Why OPEC will continue to fail

Is austerity the cure to national debt?

Welcome to Tomorrow: The technologies that will change the way we live

The US, China and a Trade War.

Andrew Haldane, executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England, pauses during an interview in London, U.K., on Tuesday, June 14, 2011. The U.K. Financial Policy Committee may target unregulated bank transactions as it seeks to prevent bubbles and end the "Chuck Prince dynamic," said Haldane, a Bank of England official and member of the new panel. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

An Afternoon with Andy Haldane

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The Origin and Future of Abenomics

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Harry Potter – The Economist’s Dissent

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Austerity Osborne – An Appraisal

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All aboard the Blockchain Hype-Train

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The Cloudy Waters of Global Trade

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Addicted to Debt – Chinese Corporates

Punching through the Lower Bound – Negative Interest Rates

Hungry for Superfoods

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The End of History? – Shifts in Economic Paradigms

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Regret – The maths behind your (usually bad) decisions

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The Big Short

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Emerging economies: The brakes are on!

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How to Change the World: Virtual and Augmented Reality

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Venezuela – Flying Off the Rails

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No need to pay? The impact of piracy on the music industry

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A Question of Degrees

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Rate hikes: A matter of perspective

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Garden irrigated by World Vision pump, Hamaundu ADP, Zambia.

Microfinance in developing countries: Does it really help?

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Angus Deaton Takes the Nobel Prize for Economics (a Science?)

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Botswana – The Untold Success Story

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The second coming: bubble and growth in the technology industry

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New trend or temporary trouble: the case for Secular Stagnation

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Learning extraordinary from the ordinary

Alibaba

Can Alibaba benefit small businesses in China and potentially around the world?

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The path towards green economies

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The difficulty of monitoring global finance

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Business in China

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‘Small is beautiful’. The big four supermarkets in the UK

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Game Theory. A Brief Overview

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The Economics of Happiness

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The Paradox of Savings – Time to rethink our perception

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Is Russia in trouble?

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Behavioural Economics – How rational are we in decision-making?

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The UK General Election – Economics Briefing

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India. Income Inequality – The Bitter Truth

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Quantitative Easing in the UK – A Brief Overview

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Fear-Bola

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Jean Tirole: This year’s Nobel Prize winner in Economics

africa

Africa 2015. Quo Vadis Africa? Major challenges for 2015

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The Great Divergence of Monetary Policy.The US VS Japan

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New Year’s Resolutions: Looking Through the Lens of Behavioural Economics

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Post MDG Development

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The unlikely revolution of flexible prices

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The World Cup and the stock market

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The possible economic effects of the World Cup

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Brazil’s economy: an overview

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The Deadweight Loss of the Oscars

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The collapse of oil. Which Country has bled the most?

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Social enterprises: a driver for growth

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Iraq’s economy. ISIL & Oil

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Malaysia, misplaced your brains?

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The Eurasian Economic Union

 

Opinion 

Politics 

UK

How does Theresa May’s Brexit Plan affect the UK?

The Yemeni Crisis

An Insight into Sino-American Relations under the Trump Administration

Democracy Prevails in Gambia

THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY

Italy’s constitutional referendum: What you need to know.

The Impact of Trump on Brexit

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A Donald Trump Presidency: What to Expect?

The Fading Influence of the United Nations

Hard or Soft Brexit: Where Is the UK Heading?

An Insight into the Calais Jungle

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America Decides – The Donald vs. Hillary Nixon

Trump: How did we get here, and why didn’t we see it coming?

The South China Sea Dispute

Israeli soldiers keep their position during clashes with Palestinian stone throwers at the Qalandia checkpoint between the West Bank city of Ramallah and Jerusalem on September 21, 2011. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD GHARABLI (Photo credit should read AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images)

The Israel-Palestine Conflict: A Look into the Future of the Conflict

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India under Narendra Modi

Anti-Houthi protesters shout slogans to commemorate the fourth anniversary of the uprising that toppled former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 11, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY) - RTR4P5A3

The Rise (and Fall) of Saudi Arabia’s Relationship with the US and UK

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London Elects

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Is Iran Back?

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The Case for a United Ireland

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Renovation or Radical Reform? A Case for the House of Lords

Yemeni protesters shout slogans against Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad as they wave Syrian opposition flags during a rally in Sanaa June 1, 2012. The rally was held to condemn last week's massacre of more than 100 people in the Syrian town of Houla, which the United Nations said appears to have been the work of the Syrian army and pro-Assad militiamen. Damascus blamed the atrocity on the rebels. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

Untangling the Syrian conflict – Who is who?

A Palestinian holds a banner depicting the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat during a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah marking the third anniversary of his death in this November 11, 2007 file photo. Arafat was poisoned to death in 2004 with radioactive polonium, his widow Suha said on November 6, 2013 after receiving the results of Swiss forensic tests on her husband's corpse. REUTERS/Oleg Popov/Files  (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)

The Israel-Palestine conflict: the Palestinian side and the question mark behind a potential solution

Supporters react as Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi gives a speech at her campaign rally for the upcoming general elections in Yangon November 1, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Democracy in Myanmar

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Germany: An Introspection

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The US election and why the rest of the world should care

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The Tunisian democratic start-up: flagship of the Arab spring

Sultan Qaboos bin Said, 73, salutes during a military parade in the capital Muscat on Oman's national day in November 2013. Qaboos, who has ruled for 44 years, has maintained friendly relations with everyone from the U.S. to Iran. However, he has been abroad for months receiving treatment for an undisclosed illness.

The Sultanate of Oman: a country apart

The Old City of Jerusalem, including the Dome of the Rock and various church steeples, seen through coils of razor wire, illustrating the Holy Land's history of division and conflict.

The Israel-Palestine conflict: an insight

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Europe – what now?

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Proportional Representation and First-Past-the-Post: Polls Apart?

Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi wave flags in Tahrir Square in Cairo on Wednesday. Shortly afterward, the military staged a coup, ousting Morsi and suspending the constitution.

Terrorism, elections and risk-taking

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The UK after the 2015 General Election: opportunities and challenges

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The UK General Election – Economics Briefing

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Does UKIP have staying power?

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Republicans Take the Senate

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A Danish promise

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Fear-Bola

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Africa 2015. Quo Vadis Africa? Major challenges for 2015

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Opinion: Why sanctions against Russia do not fully achieve the desirable outcome

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Thai Politics. Coup or queue?

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UK Politics. The landscape for the general election

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EU Politics. Team Juncker – the year ahead

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EU Briefing: too close?

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Opinion: Journalism put to the test

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The Eurasian Economic Union

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Je Suis Charlie

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s Stability

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Syriza’s victory

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Who speaks for Islam?

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