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Should The Government Fund Education?

On 3rd November this year, the coalition government announced plans to raise the cap on tuition fees to £9,000

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A Conversation with Nick Bridge

Nick Bridge, a University of Nottingham Economics alumnus is the Permanent

A Conversation With Martin Wolf

Martin Wolf is chief economics commentator and associate editor at The

Mark Carney’s Overhaul Of ‘Forward Guidance’

Just six months after the Bank of England introduced their flagship

The Predictability of Markets: Can Financial Crises be prevented?

This year’s Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences was awarded to three

Does an increase in health care spending necessarily make us better off?

The World Health Organization has always been keen on portraying improvements

Understanding Putin’s Foreign and Economic Policy

From Russian gestures towards Washington right after 9/11, which almost bordered

Help to buy Scheme – Political Prowess or Economic Inadequacy?

The government’s Help to Buy scheme, first announced in Osborne’s ’13

The Free Trade Debate – Developmental Catch Up or Heightened Dependency

The uneven development of international markets is, and will continue to

Financial Fair Play – Fair or Foul?

The world record football transfer fee has been broken. In the

Saudi Arabia withdraws from UNSC

No recent event has rippled through the international community as quickly