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netherlands

How The Netherlands Is The World’s Second Largest Food Exporter

The Netherlands, the sixth-largest economy in the European Union, plays an important role as a European transportation hub, with a persistently high trade surplus,...
instagram

How Instagram Is Changing The Way We Dine

Gastronauting: The 'popular' science of eating Instagram and Millennials: A very popular combination.Many people join Instagram for aesthetically pleasing photos. Let's face it, last weekend...
Income Inequality

Income Inequality: Should income be redistributed?

The gap between the rich and the poor, also called income inequality, is a fascinating topic of study. The question which I have raised...
greece economic collapse

Greece’s Economic Collapse And What The Future Has In Store

How Greece Fell Into Immense Debt In January 2010, the Greek Ministry of Finance published Stability and Growth Program 2010. The report listed five main...
japan economic growth

The Truth Behind Japan’s Negative Growth Rate

Japan’s interest rate is still fluctuating at 0 to -1%, which is a sign of economic turmoil and obviously, negative economic growth. Those with...
Japanese Economy

A Lesson To Be Learned From Japan’s Economic Hardships

Whenever the devil in you wants to see a spectacular economic fall from grace, look no further than Japan.After decades of strong economic growth,...
Italy's Economy

Economic Analysis: Italy’s Economy Faces An Uncertain Future

  Italy remains one of the largest economies in the world, but several uncertainties around its future remain. Italy’s economy has shrunk by around 10 per...
china's economy

China’s Economic Ship Is Poised To Sink – The Question Is Not If, But...

 It’s fair to say that China has been riding on a wave of optimism in past decades. Unfortunately, that wave could soon hit a storm...
economic fairness

The Challenges Of Creating a “Fair” Economic System In 2017

The idea of ‘fairness’ in economic terms can be interpreted in several ways. For example: Is it fair that capitalism allows multinational company’s like...
radicalism

Does A Faltering Economy Promote Radicalism?

Introduction Since the infamous 9/11 terror attacks that shook America, and indeed, much of the developed world, many academics have all been looking for exactly what is...

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