A 16 year old argues how the EU needs to change in order to bring about economic prosperity to its member states.
A 16 year old debates the issue of whether globalisation could hinder of bolster developing countries and their financial systems.
A 16 year old explains why Abenomics has failed in the context of the Japanese economy as a whole.
A 16 year old talks about how Obama will remembered, citing various economic policies and programmes over the years.
A 16 year old explains the inherent obstacles to poverty alleviation in India, and presents some suggestions as to how these can be overcome.
A 16 year old argues how economics can be used to both diagnose and treat the problem of traffic jams in modern society.
A 16 year old offers his thoughts on how the plague of hyperinflation can be curbed in Venezuela.
A 16 year old argues why central banks around the world should target a 4% inflation rate, rather than the 2% targeted currently.
A 15 year old argues why the success of Scandinavia should not be taken as a triumph for socialism.
A 15 year old argues why the FTS E 100 could potentially reach new highs after the UK’s referendum on its EU membership.
A 15 year old argues why capitalism in its current form is unsustainable and needs to change.
A 15 year old argues why the effects of a Brexit would not be as severe as the Remain campaign claim.