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The World Transformed – 24th-27th Sept 2016 – Liverpool
In Liverpool this week you may have noticed that it is the Labour Party conference. As with all Labour conferences, there were several “fringe” events organised alongside it. Momentum, a
As you might remember, a few months ago I wrote a medium-sized episode in News specifically about the negotiation David Cameron was attempting with the European Union at the time. If you
Introducing the Workshop
As of January this year, I have been volunteering through the European Voluntary Service scheme for an adult education, language school and youth organisation organisation in the Czech Repub
Public lecture by Prof. Jan Švejnar
This Monday PJ in Limbo visited the University in Prague called Cerge-EI. A private University which specialises in applied economics courses. Cerge-EI is the home of IDEA - on...
From now on, the Principles series is going to go a little deeper. The posts from now on will be sorted under the Analysis series. As we discussed a little in the previous episode of the
The Panama Papers
In the land of UK politics, things have gotten a little heated. This is mainly due to David Cameron - the prime minister's secrecy with regards to his investment in an offshore fund foun...
The UK’s EU Referendum
Here we are again. There is no doubt that a lot of folks out there are wondering 'what's all this about?' for this one. In layman's terms, we can vote on whether we want to remain in the...
Google & Taxes
Welcome to episode 1 of our News series, explaining to you what something is all about, basically. We're starting here with the fiasco between Google and the effective tax rates that cor...
Principles 3 – Democratisation
Here is the third edition of the 'Principles' series. Now, let's not dither around. By now you have probably realised that the titles of each principles post pins down a concept which...