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Macron’s Start-up Nation: The cloud hanging over France

With Britain tormented by its decision to leave the European Union, France waits, anticipating Brexit's fall-out whilst also fantasising over a society full of...

Emmanuel Macron: A Centrist Myth?

Last April, France elected their youngest leader since Napoleon, Emmanuel Macron. A year on, the President of the Republic’s popularity is waning as his...

Wink wink, nudge nudge- Nudge theory explained

How would you like the government telling you what you can and cannot eat? Generally speaking, we tend to be uncomfortable with governments acting as...

Blinded by numbers: why economists were wrong

With the arrival of the noughties, average growth rate in emerging markets hit over 7 per cent for the first time in human history....

Be an MP and live longer, says Uni research

Long hours and high pressure decisions don’t seem to have done MPs too much bad – in fact, they’re living 28 per cent longer...

Second thoughts: The good life

Emma Dunne - The Social Media Situation It is fair to say that everyone wants ‘The Good Life’, but many of us cannot define what...

Nobel Prizes 2015: Who are Angus Deaton and the Tunisian National...

Each year, the announcement of the Nobel Prize winners brings the remarkable achievements of a few individuals to the attention of the wider world....

Let’s get satirical: George on a budget

Print Features Editor, Sophie Harrison, takes a satirical stance on George Osborne's post-election Emergency Budget. Mr Osborne's Budget on Wednesday proved he still follows the Tory mantra "we're all...

Game theory, debt stabilization and Green economics

Emily Marsay gives an in-depth analysis of the rational foundation for Green Economics. Push past the swathes of green hippy stereotyping and you might just find a...

Fiscal Strangleholds – An Interview with Robert Skidelsky

Economist and world-leading expert on John Maynard Keynes, Robert Skidelsky, tells Emily Marsay why UKIP ‘won’t get anyone into parliament’ and Labour are in...