Tag Archives: Economics

  1. Gordon Brown’s retirement..Bye Bye Bruiser

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    December 2, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    It has seemed obvious for the last four years, as Gordon Brown slinked into the background, so rarely reappearing in …
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  2. Why has the fall in unemployment led to a FALL in tax receipts?

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    October 15, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    In a fascinating article for the Times (click here to read), Ed Conway, the economics editor of Sky News, raises …
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  3. Kansas tax cuts show that the Laffer curve works both ways

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    September 6, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Being a great fan of seeing economic theory in action, I can’t help revelling in watching what is happening in …
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  4. The economics of seats at the cigar terrace at the Wellesley hotel

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    August 13, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Something that few people understand about restaurants is that rather than selling food, they are in fact selling space. More …
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  5. However much profit you make, cashflow is king.

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    July 30, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Cashflow is king for a business. One of the first things that I try and get over to students when …
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  6. The N-H-S – Cameron’s 2010 priority should become Labour’s 2015 focus

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    June 29, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    David Cameron, in the run-up to the 2010 General Election, said that his priorities could be summed up in three …
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  7. GM food – how long will we ignore science and let people starve?

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    June 27, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Despite my wish to provide a balanced view on economic or political issues, I have to admit to finding it …
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