Big stories covering everything from policy to growth, we look into the fundamentals of our ever changing global economies

  September 06, 2022

Liz's poisoned chalice and the hint of hope

The new British Prime Minister Liz Truss has been handed a poisoned chalice; it seems that she has a near impossible task — almost impossible, but not entirely....

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  July 05, 2022

Cut profits to pay workers: does it make sense?

The call is going to cut corporate profits to fund higher wages. But is this really a viable option?...

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  May 30, 2022

Is rationing the solution to the cost of living crisis?

The cost of living crisis will get worse and threatens to push millions of people into poverty; rationing may be the answer....

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  March 23, 2022

Recession is unavoidable, then what?

A recession is unavoidable, at least in the UK, but how bad will it be and then what?...

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  March 21, 2022

Eight per cent of people who have ever lived are alive today

There is a meme: more people are alive today than have ever died, but it isn't true. According to data from Our World in Data, 109 billion people have lived and died, but 7.9 billion people are alive today....

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  March 17, 2022

Consequences of the Ukrainian crisis part one

What are the consequences of the Ukrainian crisis? This will become clearer over the next few weeks, but here is the Techopian's first take:...

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