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In 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. Before, 2016, Eurosceptics would talk in admiring terms of Norway and Switzerland. Countries outside the EU, but with most of the economic benefits. The problem is that after the simplicity of a campaign to leave the EU, the question of what came next was surprisingly tricky.…
In the past few decades, the European economy has fallen behind. Whilst the US economy booms, Europe struggles to avoid recession. In dollar terms, in 2008, the EU was 90% the size of the US, today it is 65%. As a share of world GDP, Europe is declining, overtaken by China and in the future…
In the post-war period, the UK economy grow at 2.5% a year, but since great financial crisis, growth has slowed down markedly. The OECD report that since 2010, the UK has seen growth of just 0.1% in average wages, significantly lower than the majority of our main competitors. If current trends of growth are maintained,…
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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