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Date: 17-02-2014 Source: Foreign Affairs What the Measure of Economic Performance Misses About Economic Performance DIANE COYLE is a freelance economist and a former advisor to the UK Treasury. She is author, most recently, of GDP: A Brief but Affectionate...
Updated: Job Adverts for Department for Education and Department for Exiting the European Union now attached Provisional Assistant Economist Closing date: 24 Jan 2017 Salary: £27,000+ Grade: HEO (Economics) Contract type: Fixed Term Length of employment...
Claire Eastham is 26 years old, and truly blessed: funny, lovely to look at, extremely bright (she has two degrees). She lives with her boyfriend in London and has a job she loves (“my dream job”) at the publisher Penguin where she works...
Project Fear lay in tatters last night after a string of major reports showed the British economy is prospering following the Brexit vote. In a damning assessment of the scaremongering by the Remain camp, the Office for National Statistics declared...
Updated: Updated date for Public Spending Statistics – May update The Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 required the UK Statistics Authority to publish a Code of Practice for statistics. Only those statistics assessed as compliant with the...
SOCRATES is an international, multi-lingual, multi-disciplinary refereed and indexed scholarly journal produced as par of the Harv...
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The World Trade Organization (WTO) deals with the global rules of trade between nations. Its main function is to ensure that trade...
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One of the most memorable errors in statistical analysis is a scene from The Empire Strikes Back. Han Solo, attempting to evade enemy fighters, flies the Millennium Falcon into an asteroid field.
In “The frequency of 'America' in America” - from the October 2016 issue of Significance - we considered the increasing frequency with which the words “America” and “American” have been s