A 16 year old argues why he thinks that the Euro has and will continue to fail.
A 16 year old explains and analyses price discrimination.
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 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 USA is heading down the same economic road as Japan.
A brief summary of why I firmly believe that free trade is morally and economically wrong.
A brief summary of why Bernie Sanders finding his way into the U.S. presidency would be bad for the U.S. economy.
There is no denying that poverty is an absolute cancer of society. The fact that even one person does not have the resources necessary to sustain life is categorically abhorrent, let alone millions. Some say that absolute poverty will always exist, but to that, I quote the prominent lecturer Charles Aked, who said that “the…