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Readers Question: Why is public money (taxes) only 47% of the UK’s GDP spent on public spending?, where is the more »
In recent years, the government has sought to increase the amount students pay for studying at university. In the UK, more »
When I was young (let say the 1980s) a Pound shop was a bit of a novelty. Visiting Morecambe, a more »
Readers Question: Hello I recently saw a programme How China Fooled the World – with Robert Peston and I was more »
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Readers Question: how can the government avoid public sector failure? Firstly, it makes a change to consider a question like more »
Readers question: What is a ‘dual economy’? A dual economy refers to the existence of two distinct types of economic more »
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Tejvan R Pettinger
Tejvan studied PPE at LMH, Oxford University and works as an economics teacher and writer.