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Germany’s deep-rooted obsession with saving – a brief history

Imko Meyenburg, Anglia Ruskin University A small exhibition recently opened in the German Historical Museum in Berlin all about Germany’s love of saving money. It...

2015, the year that was: economics and business

Bryan Keogh, The Conversation As we approach 2016, we look back at the big stories of The Conversation’s economics and business coverage over the past...

Time to end Europe’s disgrace of holding Greek people hostage

Joerg Bibow, Skidmore College It was never going to be easy. That much was known from the outset. Greece’s newly elected government and the country’s creditors...

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Airbnb, Uber opponents build barriers rather than compete, asking consumers to...

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