Alexis Tsipras and Jean-Claude Juncker addressing the press about Greece's standing in the Eurozone bailout programme.

Is The Greek Economy Really Out Of The Woods?

Celebrations for the Greek-Eurozone Crises “Ending” Cut Short Everyone rejoice, put on your best clothes, wash your faces, and ring the bells for the Greek crisis is finally over. The Troika has decreed that the Greek tragedy has met a happy ending, as of Monday the 20th of August 2018 the Eurozone bailout programme for […]

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a few spare euro coins laying on a table small change representing the minimum wage.

The Whole Truth About the Minimum Wage

The minimum wage is an issue people can get very passionate about, and rightfully so! It plays an important role in the quality of life of low income earners, the profitability of many enterprises, and the overall economic performance of a whole country. Issues surrounding the minimum wage arise sporadically anywhere around the globe with economists, […]

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Welcome to Forbidden Economics!

You (Do Not) Have A Choice! Sometimes we would like to make our own choices. Sometimes we have no choice, as we are forced to make a choice. How jarring would it be to be forced to participate in a game without even knowing the basic rules? Imagine if a lot was at stake, and […]

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Syria and Iraq: A Tale of Two Pipelines

The Conflicts in Syria and Iraq have headlined the news for the better part of the last decade. The gruesome violence shocked the world, the anger and disgust evoked by the barbaric behaviour displayed by Isis is almost universal. On the other hand, attempts to find the source of these conflicts often get mired in murkier waters. […]

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