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Springonomics

(featured image credit: Aaron Brown) Economics, economics everywhere, even more so as spring has sprung We may not be quite like the mythical homo economicus, but every year when spring arrives in the Northern hemisphere, along with the return of … Continue reading

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It’s a bargain… or is it?

We are happily handing over large amounts of private data to internet giants. How come? And does it matter? Our lives are, in a way, an endless string of trades. Have a look at your latest current account or credit … Continue reading

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