Damian asks: How do economists and others calculate the costs of strikes, wars and weather events? There always seems to a number (or two) used in media reports but I wonder how it is calculated.
Most respondents to the latest eZonomics online poll are more reluctant to borrow money since the global financial crisis.
Only about a third of respondents to the latest eZonomics online poll know how much their friends spend on entertainment, dining out and other non-essentials.
Most respondents to the latest eZonomics online poll would not book a flight with two stopovers to save EUR100, while about one-in-five – or 20% – say the inconvenience is worth it for the saving.
Behavioural economics unit Ideas42 have released a new white paper
How can we avoid making mistakes at work? The reason we do according
The BBC’s well-known documentary show Horizon has devoted a show