Michael Kang looks at the possible trade implications that might result from increased border control within the Schengen Area amidst mounting political pressure to do so.
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Collateral Damage: The Economic Toll of Worsening Russian-Turkish Relations
Michael Kang looks into the potential economic consequences that might result from Russian trade restrictions on Turkey following the downing of the Russian Su-24 jet in Syria.
The Tides Have Turned: The Decline in Mexican Immigration to the US
Discussing changes in Mexican immigration in the United States.
The Missing Link: China´s Exclusion from the TPP and the Emergence of Regional Trade Blocs
As part of our Trans-Pacific Parternship series, Michael explores the repercussions of excluding key global economies like China from the TPP.
The Price of Freedom: Economic Implications of Catalonian Independence
Michael looks into the potential impact of Catalonian independence on the economic future of Spain and Catalonia
Two Child Policy Too Late? : The Economic Impact of China´s Demographic Imbalance
Michael looks at China´s current demographic problem and the impact of government family planning on population distributions.
Testing Times: Economic Challenges for the Liberal Government
Michael Kang examines Canada’s economic climate and the challenges that it entails for the up and coming Liberal government.
Escaping Poverty: Nobel Prize Winner Angus Deaton´s Impact on Developmental Economics
Michael Kang looks into the contribution and influence of recent Nobel Prize winner, Angus Deaton on the field of developmental economics. His ideas and research have changed the way we look at the measurement factors and standards used to describe economic well-being.
The Blame Game: Slowing Global Growth and the Impact of Emerging Markets
Since the 2008 financial crisis, Emerging Market (EM) economies have been the major drive of economic growth; however, the engine behind the growth is beginning to sputter. Of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) who contribute 20% of global GDP, Brazil and Russia are both in recession while China has experienced dramatic Read More…