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Populist economic policy - what does it mean for the global economy?
What are the typical signs of populist economic policies and how will they affect us in the long run?


A populist economic policy aims to offer citizens a life beyond their current means. The costs of this short-term increase in prosperity are inflicted on future generations. This article describes what macroeconomic consequences can be expected if large industrial nations such as the US pursue this path in their economic policy. More ...

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GED Under the Radar - April Edition
This month under the radar: Unlimited economic growth, British elections, a crumbling empire and a shutdown!


Sometimes, stories of interest fall through the cracks of the mainstream attention. In GED Under the Radar, we bring you those stories you might have missed in April. This month under the radar: Unlimited economic growth, British elections, a crumbling empire and a shutdown. More ...

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GED Explains: Border Adjustment Tax
Can Trump use a border adjustment tax to reduce the US trade deficit?


One of the keystones of economic policy for the new US government is what is referred to as a border adjustment tax, which acts as a combination of higher import taxes and export subsidies. But how would this work and does it make sense? GED Explains! More ...

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Xi vs. Trump – Reshuffling Global Economic Relations?
US-China relations will have considerable influence on future global developments


In 2004, the economist Oded Shenkar labeled the 21st century as the “Chinese century”. Today, it is safe to say that he was right. So where does that leave the United States? Let's find out! More ...