Economy

Pacific Britain - the benefits of CPTPP membership go far beyond the economic benefits

UK The Editorial Board - July 17, 2023.

Admission to the Asia-Pacific free trade agreement is not only the UK's biggest trade deal after Brexit, but it is also the first significant step...

On Human Capital and Productivity

Economy Emre Alkin - July 14, 2023.

I sometimes get verbally attacked by some of my colleagues who try to score public points  on social media. Two types of economists do this: -...

The unequal war for dominance in the hi-tech sector between the US and China

Technology Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - July 13, 2023.

Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang welcomed US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen with the words that the relations between the two countries will be like the...

Why are US anti-inflation programmes working against themselves?

Economy Daniel Lacalle - July 9, 2023.

Estimates of United States growth have improved, but remain massively below the Federal Reserve projections. After the largest monetary and fiscal stimulus in recent years, growth...

When governments spend a lot, citizens save less

Finances Emre Alkin - July 8, 2023.

Margaret Thatcher said in the 1980s: “the state has no source of money other than the money people earn themselves. If the state wishes to...

European confusion over nuclear power plants - who will pay the higher bills?

Energy Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - July 3, 2023.

Europe's race towards achieving zero emission goals might slow down because of the ongoing disagreements over the treatment of nuclear power plants: are they green...

Turkey at the crossroads between Chinese state capitalism and European rational policies

Economy Emre Alkin - July 1, 2023.

During the first week of June, I had the chance to discuss with some experts about the current state of the world economy in the...

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