Political Economics

The Potential of Immigration for Developed Countries: What about Developing Economies?

Mass media has expressed the benefits of immigration for recipient countries.  However, are the gains for developed and developing countries equivalent? According to the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, around 85 per cent of international displaced people live in low or middle-income countries. A receiving country experiences both advantages and disadvantages as a result of immigration.
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The Rich vs. the Poor

A Brief Analysis about Mexico's Polarized Society.

Classism: (noun) Prejudice against people belonging to a particular social class. (Oxford Dictionary)                                                                                     
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Behind the label of ‘Refugee Crisis’

The Interview on Refugee Crisis

In our increasingly interconnected world, migration is one of its major characteristics. It has turned into a focus point of analysis everywhere, especially in European countries. The massive arrival of asylum seekers opened a polarised debate. Among the public, there is overreaction and fear due to a string of misconceptions and the lack of information
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The Future of the Single Currency

What’s the future of the euro? on the last few years this young currency has faced immense difficulties; Nevertheless, it continues to be one of the strongest currencies in the world. Last Friday Daniel Gros, Director of the Centre of European Policy Studies and Enrico Perotti, Professor of International Finance, visited room for discussion to
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