Oil and natural resource extraction has certainly been an economic boon for Arctic economies, but could this short-term boon also represent a long-term curse?
Does money really buy influence when it comes to President Trump?
As the dust settles after Narendra Modi’s Demonetization move, one big question looms: why the rush?
What happens when country leadership goes full throttle with only one tradable resource?
Economic principles can help us to understand the rational choices of terrorists.
Effects of India’s ‘Surgical Strike’ on Black Money Markets
On September 9th, 2016, North Korea conducted what South Korean and Japanese estimates called its biggest nuclear test to date, with a nuclear yield equivalent to approximately 10 kilotons of TNT (the bomb dropped by the U.S. on Hiroshima had a yield of about 15 kilotons). The international community, including the United States, was quick […]
A detailed look at the implications of the accession of the Euro in Poland
U.S. infrastructure is crumbing and under-funded, but how effective will Clinton’s plan be?
The economics of refugee camps and the benefits of accepting their permanent nature