What does climate change have to do with finance?

 by Yannis Dafermos (University of the West of England) and Maria Nikolaidi (University of Greenwich):   It is now widely ...
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Measuring non-compliance with minimum wages

by Felix Ritchie: When a minimum wage is set, ensuring that employees do get at least that minimum is a ...
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“A Remarkable National Effort”: The Dismal Arithmetic of Austerity

Dr Rob Calvert Jump and Dr Jo Michell assess public debt accounting in this article. In a recent tweet, George ...
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Training Researchers to Work with Confidential Data: A New Approach

Prof Felix Ritchie of UWE's Business School has recently spent time with the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency and ...
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The Knowledge We Have Lost In Information – The History Of Information in Modern Economics, by Philip Mirowski and Edward Nik-Khah

Dr Sebastian Berger's book review is published in the Heterodox Economics Newsletter Fake news, post-truth, alternative facts, the commercialization of ...
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Happiness in Bangladesh: The Role of Religion and Connectedness

Dr Tim Hinks, Senior Economics Lecturer at UWE, in conjunction with fellow academics Joe Devine and Arif Naveed have published ...
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Russia: A Mercantilist Economy

Dr Nadia Vanteeva, Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Bristol Business School, gives this abstract from her latest research project ...
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Degree Algorithms: Equity and Grade inflation

In his recent working paper Dave Allen highlights the substantial differences in the way that university degree calculations can be ...
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Are we heading for another economic crash?

Dr Susan Newman, Senior Lecturer in Economics, is interviewed by State of Nature State of Nature, the blog dedicated to ...
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