There is a lot of student interest in the new essay competition launched by King's College Cambridge. This is just a quick reminder that the deadline for entries is 26th September 2023.
Joseph Stiglitz argues here that tackling inequality is essential if we are to continue to have functioning democracies, and argues that we need to tax the rich more.
We are delighted to support the announcement from the Entrepreneurship Lab at King's Cambridge of a terrific new essay competition.
Ricardo Hausmann is the founder and Director of Harvard’s Growth Lab and this one hour lecture recorded at the Sante Fe Institute in June 2022 is truly superb. I showed it to my Year 13 economists...
This looks and sounds like superb enrichment listening for Year 13 economists. In a new BBC series, Ben Chu asks why nations are turning away from globalisation and seeking self-sufficiency.
When the economist Ha-Joon Chang arrived in Britain in the eighties, he was struck by how bland and homogeneous the British diet was. But it wasn’t just the food – in mainstream economic thinking...
The global rise of solar power seems unstoppable, and in the Indian desert, a new solar power farm at Bhadla Park has the capacity to generate significant electricity.
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