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Could the UK could rejoin the EU?
Given an unprecedented cost of living crisis, the UK electorate are turning against Brexit. The…
Videos about economic collapse on Youtube
I began a Youtube channel in 2009, and despite the dire quality got quite a…
Why Landlords are Facing A Tougher Economic Situation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z_ls5lMMp8 For the past eight years there has been a net exodus of landlords…
How Bank Failures can destroy the economy
Bank bailouts are back. But, why do governments go to such lengths to save banks…
Are we heading for another Credit Crunch?
In 2008, the world global banking system went into meltdown after the bankruptcy of Lehman…
The Population Timebomb – How An Ageing Population Will Change Us
Countries across the world are ageing. We are living longer but birth rates are falling…
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Books by Tejvan Pettinger
An easy to read an overview of economics. ‘Cracking Economics’ gives explanations of main topics with images and diagrams to bring economics to life.
The book is aimed at anyone with a general interest in economics but would like a better understanding. Available in hardback at major bookshops and online. Read More
Economics without the Boring bits
An Enlightening Guide to the Dismal Science – published by Wellbeck.
It includes topics such as common economic fallacies, middlemen, recycling, debt, finance, trade, money, taxation and why some people get rich and others don’t.