Here is a very good website that has leading economists discussing the issues that face the world economy. Articles are short and concise. It is well worth a look.
The Economists’ Club is the consummate forum for the world’s most prominent economists, business leaders, and policymakers to discuss and debate today’s most hotly contested economic issues – from China’s mercantilism and the pursuit of fiscal austerity to the intricacies of financial markets and the future of the dollar and the euro – in a non-technical way.
We recently published the first edition of “Marginal Utility” a King’s College student-driven publication that looks at current issues in the world of economics. To view click – marginal_utility.
The contents in this edition are as follows:
p2. THE US DEBT CRISIS
p3. DVD REVIEW “INSIDE JOB”
p4. HAYEK V KEYNES
p5. ECONOMICS BLOGS
p6. BOOK REVIEW – “THE GREAT STAGNATION”
p7. BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS
p8-9. GAME THEORY AND PENALTY KICKS
p10. THE NZ DOLLAR
p11-12. KOBE AND TOHOKU QUAKES
P13. BOOK REVIEW “ECONOMIC NATURALIST”
P14-15. AIRLINES – EMIRATES
P16. QUIZ – NAME THE ECONOMIST
Students who have contributed to this issue include: Shan Jun Chang – St John’s; Andrew Grant – Marsden; Rebecca Bullen – Middlemore; Henry Black – Greenbank; Mitchell Baker – Major; Tomo Greer – Middlemore; Georgia Harrison – Taylor; Jordan Darrow – Peart; and Andrew Larkey – St John’s.