Brexit Still Makes Impact Felt in World Economy By Richard Cox Over the last few years, there have been few political events that have been as important as the Brexit vote in the UK. For those unfamiliar, this was essentially
Global Economy: China’s Relationship to Oil Markets China is the fourth largest producer of oil in the world. China’s oil industry is currently flourishing, exporting around 6.7 million barrels of oil a day in 2015. China’s biggest crude oil companies
European Union: Liberal Institutions in a Time of Illiberalism It seems a long way away from the days that the EU was being touted as a future superpower. Following the presidential election victory of Donald Trump on 8th November, many
Brexit: The European Union and Misunderstood Sovereignty Sovereignty was defined by prominent political geographer, John Agnew as based on the legitimate exercise of power which has been traditionally conceived as territorially rigid. This would explain the Brexit idea of sovereignty.
The Bank of Korea is the central bank of South Korea. It was established in 1950 and has a primary responsibility of achieving price stability targets that control of inflation. One of the ways of doing this is keeping in
Brexit: What is Next for Great Britain’s Economy? The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom and is the basic model on which most of the banking systems in the world are based. Just like any
Bank of Canada: Higher Interest Rates Soon? Last month, the Central Bank of Canada (BOC) announced its latest monetary policies and its next targets for the next two years in a statement. BOC Governor Stephen Poloz delivered a somewhat optimistic
People’s Bank of China: More Stimulus Ahead? People’s Bank of China plays the role of guiding monetary policy for the Chinese economy with the aim of maintaining the stability of yuan and promoting growth. China has maintained an artificially low