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The US economy remains weak, and that the cause of that weakness is the poor pay endured by low and middle-income workers

The US economy remains weak, and that the cause of that weakness is the poor pay endured by low and middle-income workers

How high street clothes were made by children in Myanmar for 13p an hour | World news | The Guardian

How high street clothes were made by children in Myanmar for 13p an hour

How high street clothes were made by children in Myanmar for 13p an hour | World news | The Guardian

'Lots of nurses have already left': EU workers head for exit | Politics | The Guardian

'Lots of nurses have already left': EU workers head for exit

'Lots of nurses have already left': EU workers head for exit | Politics | The Guardian

Data shows one in six staff are overeducated for their role with a further one in six undereducated

One in three UK workers are in the wrong job, ONS figures claim

Data shows one in six staff are overeducated for their role with a further one in six undereducated

Good piece on productivity problem in UK - and impact on wider economy

Good piece on productivity problem in UK - and impact on wider economy

'Brexit tourists' exploit weak pound to boost UK high street sales | Business | The Guardian

'Brexit tourists' exploit weak pound to boost UK high street sales

'Brexit tourists' exploit weak pound to boost UK high street sales | Business | The Guardian

In this recorded revision webinar I explore the concept of government failure. I also briefly explore the potential role for behavioural economics approaches in policy-making.You can download the slide resources used in this webinar here.

In this recorded revision webinar I explore the concept of government failure. I also briefly explore the potential role for behavioural economics approaches in policy-making.You can download the slide resources used in this webinar here.

The UK's inflation foot soldiers: how the ONS measures the CPI | UK news | The Guardian

The UK's inflation foot soldiers: how the ONS measures the CPI

The UK's inflation foot soldiers: how the ONS measures the CPI | UK news | The Guardian

Analysis suggests France and Germany will be giving about twice as much in 2020 – and other aid budgets may lose out so the UK can pay its climate debt

UK's £6bn climate finance pledge is welcome – but not its fair share

Analysis suggests France and Germany will be giving about twice as much in 2020 – and other aid budgets may lose out so the UK can pay its climate debt

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