It’s a new year, and many of us use this as an opportunity to make changes in our life and set goals to better ourselves. Many people will have made resolutions earlier this month such as ‘eat more healthily’, ‘incorporate more exercise into daily routines’, or ‘take up new and exciting opportunities’. It will also […]
Category archive: Economics
Each year, Good Housekeeping issues its Christmas dinner comparison letting shoppers know where the best supermarket deals are. But this simple festive guide is more than just an indicator of cheap sprouts and turkey, here Loughborough economist Dr Jon Seaton uses the data to show how the gulf between the rich and poor continues to […]
Dr Jonathan Seaton, a Reader in Business Economics, discusses the CO2 shortage.