The new US president has taken an opposite posture regarding climate action compared with his predecessor. After rejoining the Paris agreement in his first day in office, Joe Biden has

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Before the pandemic, continuously increasing flows of migration were being registered. In fact, by 2020, one in five people across the OECD countries were immigrants. The experience shows us that

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The impact of consumption of foreign culture and products on the economy

The increasing trend for globalization is making access to other countries’ products and culture easier than ever. The European Union is the perfect example of it, connecting a set of

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COVID-19 has brought one of the biggest crises ever witnessed in most people’s lives. The only thing we know for certain is that the short run consequences are devastating. Besides

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If there is something known about EU immigrants in the UK is that their willingness to work is higher in comparison with UK-born citizens. According to Wadsworth et al. (2016),

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Economic uncertainty can have uncontrollable impacts. Learning from past crisis, Godinic et al. (2020) suggests that, to overcome uncertainty and stimulate growth, it is critical to protect citizen’s mental health.

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The first wave of the pandemic had major impacts on the prices of commodities since its shock impacted both the demand and the supply of commodities. This resulted in an

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Set by the World Bank, the international poverty line is currently at 1.90$ a day. Based on the cost of sustaining one adult, it sets a threshold for people living

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The World is currently with its eyes on one of the most important decisions to be made by a nation in recent history: The U.S. 2020 Elections. It might seem

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