Posts byCinthya Nathaly Criollo Quiroz

Oil prices go negative, how can we see the light at the end of the tunnel?

Ups and downs, wars about market shares, power, and now a big bang virus, coronavirus?! Oil below zero is getting us crazy!

Oil has been the most important source of energy since the mid-1950s. Its products underpin modern society, especially supplying energy to the power industry, heat homes, and provide fuel for vehicles and airplanes to carry goods and people all over the world. Most than half of the petroleum is used for road transportation, we use

The Costs of Procrastination

How much money are you losing for putting things aside?

If time is money, then why do several people, especially college students waste it intentionally? It can be easily attributed to one of the most and oldest human traits called procrastination. Many people, guided by their survival instinct, procrastinate more than others. The difference between a procrastinator and a non-procrastinator lies on to what extent

The Human side of Politics

Have you ever walked a mile in someone else’s shoes?

An environment of rejection around countries’ body of government takes part in titles in newspapers, social media and is the main topic of conversations in social events. Children grow up with stigma and step by step; they begin to believe the government should fix everything that is meant to be changed in a country. However,

Japan: A Land of Old Criminals

Old Japanese see the jail as their way to escape from their reality as hunger and desperation knock at their doors.

The third economic power of the world is facing aging population problems. The Statistics Bureau of Japan showed in 2018 that elderly people (65 years and over) accounted for 27.7%, whereas the child population (0-14 years old) accounted for 12.3% of Japan’s population in 2017. Are Japanese people getting older nonstop? The economic growth of

Technology Companies: The Next Global Financial Crisis?

Technology companies are reaching a debt level that can wreak financial havoc in the global market sooner or later.

Over the last two decades, technologies have become the most profitable industry in the world, but still the least regulated. For instance, Apple reached a market capitalization of $1.16 trillion, becoming the world’s most valuable publicly-traded company, gaining 65% in 2019; however, policy proposals to regulate big techs are not as strict as in other