The artwork that taxpayer money has been spent on is The Floating Piers, opened to the public on 18 June and located on Italy’s Lake Iseo. See free images of the walkway here. The artwork and publicity surrounding the misuse of funds has provided the Bulgarian 81 year old artist named Christo with a wide … Continue reading Artist Accused of Wasting Tax Revenue
In this article we will cover unemployment and how it is affected by monetary policy. Firstly, any government policy has a level of uncertainty surrounding it. This can have an influence on the possibility of job seekers finding a job or a firm keeping on many employees. During such an uncertain ruling on a tax … Continue reading Monetary Policy & Unemployment
That is the question that many people in the UK are asking themselves, however what does it mean? It is given the name Brexit as the term is an abbreviation for British Exit from the EU. Held on Thursday 23rd of June, British voters (citizens in Britain and the Commonwealth of Nations aged 18+) can … Continue reading To Leave or Not to Leave The EU?
The view, which boosts spending on new factories that can hire additional workers, assumes unemployment is the main issue and uses short-run economic stimulus to counter for the lack in private savings. Why not boost employments further, and take the advice of John Maynard Keynes and Paul Krugman and employ as many people in the … Continue reading Central Banks Interest For Resolving Unemployment