A series aiming to shed light on the economic history shaping our world today. … Read moreEconomic History: The North-South Divide
As popularised by Nobel Laureates Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein in 2017, nudging a form of intervention in which the government tries to alter people’s behaviour in a desired way without forbidding options or changing their economic incentive … Read moreHow effective are nudges in enforcing Covid-19 restrictions around the world?
When somebody mentions cartels, the first thing that may come to somebody’s mind would be drug cartels, such as the famous Medellín Cartel founded by Pablo Escobar … Read moreCollusion and Cartels
Part 1 of the series focused primarily on the past – current situation in America however now in the 2nd part of the series the future effect to America and how Americas’ downfall will match the Roman Empire we must first identify the factor that makes most great thing fail. … Read moreAmerica, Are we going to see An Economic repeat of the Fall of the Great Roman Empire, Part 2.
The term “policy” is with mankind for a long time. It is explained as a predetermined course of action adopted for the sake of expediency … Read moreBehavioural policy making – A possible way out
The world today is in the middle of a pandemic, which is as far as we can go to quite … Read moreWhat is a better fit for analysis – quantitative or qualitative modeling?
Thursday the 30th of July 2020. For most that is as insignificant a date as any however for the US economy this day was one of the most significant and unprecedented days to date for,but one simple reason on this date the US Bureau of economic analysis released its’ 2nd quarter GDP report which stated a 32.9% contraction in real GDP based on the advanced estimate from April-June. … Read moreAmerica, Are we going to see An Economic repeat of the Fall of the Great Roman Empire, Part 1
As has been obvious to see, the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting stimulus from Central Banks worldwide has sent the bond market into frenzy. … Read moreLow-Yielding Debt and the Vanishing Yield Cushion
Although it has been proven that men are at a higher medical risk of being affected by the Covid-19 virus itself, as lockdown eases, it is becoming increasingly evident that women are economically disproportionately affected … Read moreAre women economically hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic?
When Amazon entered the book market sometime around early 1995, it was only the beginning of a change that would … Read moreThe Fall and Rise of Independent Bookstores
After 8 years in power, has Shinzo Abe fulfilled his promises? … Read moreAbenomics and Deflation: An Analysis
Mawut, born in war-torn South Sudan, fled to Kenya as an infant and sacrificed everything simply to go to school … Read moreRole of Education in Economic Development