Has the Eurozone failed the Euro?

“Europe is more than just the Euro,” words of Professor Otmar Issing, the former Chief Economist of the European Central Bank, father of the Euro (€), and a speaker at the Warwick Economics Summit 2020. The Euro is the official currency of the EU and any member states who adopt it become part of the... Continue Reading →

What does £9,250 per year give us?

Student loans help cover the high costs of higher education, unavoidable to succeed in today's job market.  But it is necessary to investigate their long-run effects on individual well-being, income inequality and costs for taxpayers. If you are a student reading this article in England, you are likely to end up with $64,000 of debt... Continue Reading →

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