Economics is talked about in the news on a daily basis and, although interesting, can be understandably confusing. As Keynes said “In the long run we’re all dead”, so we avoid getting bogged down in technicalities of obscure economic theories. Put simply, this site aims to bridge the gap to enable everyone to understand and share opinions on relevant issues in society regardless of education, background and political beliefs. Below find our latest discussions on a variety of issues!

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4 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited to Study at University

A Year 13 Student’s Expectations of Studying at University Written by Seo Hyun (Katie) LeeFounder of STAY ECON 9 September 2020Reading time: 4 minutes STAY ECONWebsiteInstagramLinktree Snapshot Before going to university, did you ever wonder what your university life would be like? As a student entering Year 13, I inevitably have to look beyond the sixth…

Eat Out To Help Out

Reading time: 4 minutes There is a popular adage in economics which is that there is no such thing as a free lunch. But what about one that’s half price?

A Return to Austerity?

This article explains the myths and factors that led to the strict austerity policies across advanced economies following the 2008 financial crash. In addition, it discusses why the UK probably won’t return to austerity during the Covid-19 crisis.

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