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7 Sep 2012
crisis | Debt | default | EURO | Eurozone | Greece | Greek | Politics | Economic policy | Government | Europe | Eurozone crisis | Leadership | Finance | International | Economy
Greece’s economic woes have been at the forefront of the Eurozone debt crisis over the last few years. It has received bailout packages in the form of...
31 May 2016
Brexit | economy | EUROPEAN UNION | Remain | UK | Vote leave | Economic policy | Europe | Eurozone crisis | International | Economy
At the referendum on whether the UK should leave the European Union a key issue will be the economy. Many voters will ask themselves whether they personally...
21 Feb 2015
15 Feb 2015
This House believes that in times of economic crisis the state should withold information that may damage market confidence
13 Apr 2014
This House believes EU member states should guarantee people under 25 a temporary workplace when they have been unemployed for six months
7 Nov 2013
Business | economy | EUROPEAN UNION | fiscal policy | Keynesian economics | work scheme | youth unemployment | Economic policy | Employment | Eurozone crisis | Economy
Low unemployment is not only crucial for a functioning economy, but for a society. After the 2007 financial crisis and start of the Eurozone crisis in 2009,...
30 Oct 2013
customs union | EUROPEAN UNION | Eurozone | free trade | political union | single market | trade bloc | Europe | Eurozone crisis | Economy General | International | Economy
The European Union has since its inception had European integration beyond trade as its overarching goal. In recent years, it has moved towards an increasingly...
17 Oct 2013
Debt | Eurobonds | EUROPEAN UNION | Eurozone | Germany | Economic policy | Eurozone crisis | Finance | Economy
In finance, a bond is an instrument of indebtedness where the issuer, in this case the government or the European Union, is indebted to the holder (a form of...
11 Apr 2012
equality | income | inequality | poor communities | subsidies | Eurozone crisis | Economy General | Tax | Economy
A subsidy is a form of government assistance to a group or economic sector. A direct subsidy usually means that taxpayers’ money is used to help support...
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