Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Original Articles

Protectionism and the Rise of the European Right-Wing

The ‘poor, angry, white man’ , as some of Trump’s critics would proclaim, was the reason his popularity parades him to electoral victory. If...

Japan’s Negative Interest Rate Story

Central Banks around the world have wrestled with low-interest rates, but nowhere have they grappled with them for longer than in Japan . Investment...

Behavioural Economics Series 2: Are Financial Markets Efficient?

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics was definitely a “weird” one. One recipient was Dr. Eugene Fama from UChicago, who proposed the Efficient Markets...

Newsonomics: Trends in Competition and Bias in the News Industry

Allegedly the most empirical civilization of all time, our Information Age would no doubt serve its audience righteously in their attempts to obtain knowledge....

Implications of a Strong USD

After Donald Trump’s surprise U.S. election victory and the Republicans’ full control of the Congress, the markets have reacted and the U.S. Dollar (dollar)...

Behavioral Economics Series 1: Prospect Theory

Prospect Theory evaluates how individuals choose under risk and uncertainty, and aims to illustrate that sometimes choices are not optimal. This theory was first...