Economics
Jed Thirkettle
December 2017
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How far did the theories of Marx and Engels attack Capitalism?
Look into how Marx and Engels justified their stance against Capitalism
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The applications of the MONIAC Hydraulic computer and the creator behind it
This article explores how the MONAIC Hydraulic Computer, and how it can be applied to economies.
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How does terrorism affect our everyday life?
We all know terrorism has an effect on many parts of the global economy, but how does it affect individuals on a day-to-day basis?
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June 2017
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The Fat Tax - The Saviour From Obesity?
Find out whether a fat tax would be enough to combat modern day obesity.
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Elon Musk's Rise to Success
This article delves into the life of Elon Musk, and how he rose to success.
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Independent Central Banks
What are the pros and cons of making central banks independent?
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January 2017
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A winter of discontent?
Oliver Hansen investigates whether the unions are undermining Theresa May.
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A sweet deal?
Alice Hart investigates the details of Osborne's final legacy.
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Inside out: The Black and white truth behind trade with the EU
Georgiana Irwin investigates the impact of the referendum result.
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November 2016
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Is bitcoin the future?
Will the future of currency be national dollars and pounds, or will it become Bitcoin - or another form of 'internet money'?
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King's Cross: A second coming?
Marcus Gilhooley explains how the up-and-coming King's Cross development will change London.
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Why the NHS should be privatised
Should the NHS be privatised? Luis Hill explains his take on what the Government should do.
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Issue 11
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The Queen: a fine investment?
The Queen earns more than most of us ever will - but does she pay for it?
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South Berkhamsted: Market Failure?
Is the new development in South Berkhamsted really a good idea?
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Black Tears
With the collapse in oil prices, how is Russia going to cope?
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Issue 10
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The Great Economic Bake Off?
One of the most anticipated events this year... The Bake Off! Taking our screens, and now the world, by storm, what will its economic impact be?
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Oil's Plight
Oil can shower nations in riches or turn them on their heads. What we now see is that it can do both at once.
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Fractional Reserve Banking
Fractional reserve banking: Responsible for booming investment, spending and growth. Yet, might it be too good to be true?
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Money = Happiness...Or does it?
First we find that money does not grow on trees and now it seems that it cannot buy happiness. What next? Money is the root of all evil?
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Breaking the bank!
Playing a currency war against your own country is a dangerous game. Sometimes, however, the individual comes out on top and makes a lot of money in the process.
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Economics - A science in progress?
Economics is trapped between two fields: Social and quantitative science. Where will it end up?
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Trouble in Russia
Trouble seems to orient itself towards Russia. With its economy at tipping point, how are Putin's actions affecting its economic outlook?
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Issue 9
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Getting to work - how willing is our labour force?
Migration is an issue that plagues our minds - but what are the hard facts?
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Is Africa Rising?
It had, and still has, its problems. Yet, Africa is poised to be a major player in global markets. With an abundance of labour and land, will we see Africa rising?
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Productivity: Picking up the pieces
Worse than the Germans, the French and the US - but not the Greeks. Why is our productivity so low?
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Globalisation: What's the harm?
Whether it be holidays or healthcare; food or education; globalisation has influenced all parts of your lives. However, is this for the better, or worse?
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Issue 8
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What do 'Romeo and Juliet' and the 'Eurozone' have in common?
The European Union is falling to pieces but was its most ambitious plan, the Eurozone, always doomed to fail?
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Zero to Hero: China to be the next economic superpower?
China is set to catch the US economy by 2025 but with the recent market crash and faltering growth, does it have what it takes to become the next superpower?
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The Middle East: Is oil the way forward?
Arabian oil producers have been throwing their market power around for years but Fracking may just turn the tables.
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Computer says... Snow!
Consulting mystics seems to lie within the job description of economic forecasters, but can the meteorologists provide an alternative?
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The Love-Hate Relationship
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Is Globalisation a force for good?
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The Causes of Gender Pay Inequality
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Should we build our economies on the principles of free market economics for the future?
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The North and South Poles of the Labour Market
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Central Banker: Smaug the Terrible
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Where were the Economists in 1998?
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The Debate on Immigration
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The UK Government's Unhealthy Profit in Tobacco: Are they Interested in Wealth or Health?
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Do the economic benefits of war outweigh the costs?
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The Inequality of Wealth
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Why does Messi earn more than Marta?
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Where Keynes got it wrong
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