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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...
globalization

Understanding The Importance Of Globalization

Introduction In short, Globalization is the free movement of goods, services and people across the world in a seamless and integrated manner. In other words,...
geography economy

How Geography Affects The Economy Of A Country

Geographical disadvantages face by the nations outside of Eurasia include not having access to the best crops or large, not having docile animals to...
Currency Devaluation

Currency devaluation: Visualized

  Introduction Devaluation is an unconventional monetary policy tool by which the value of a country's currency is officially lowered within a fixed exchange rate system,...
germany economy

Germany’s Economic Model

Introduction Imagine a country whose inhabitants work fewer hours than almost any others, whose workforce is not particularly productive and whose children spend less time...
growth trap

The Growth Trap: A Significant Obstacle For Future Economic Sustainability

Las Vegas has seriously bulked up in recent decades, something that is very obvious from space. In honor of the Landsat-5 satellite’s jaw-dropping 25th...
Japan's Debt

Japan’s Debt problem and how to solve it

Japan’s central government is more than 1,000,000,000,000,000 Yen in debt ($11 Trillion), which is about 245% of its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and over...

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