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    Venezuela: the cautionary tale of consumption-based economic policy

Venezuela: the cautionary tale of consumption-based economic policy

Naufal Yudiana

BSc Government and Economics

The rise of populism in many Western democracies has led to calls to rethink economic policy. In the UK, for example, greater market interventionism is now advocated across the political spectrum to address genuine societal woes. Whilst it is tempting to expand public services at times of growth, the case of Venezuela should give cause for […]

October 11th, 2017|Articles|0 Comments|
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    Do people overestimate the likelihood of fatality due to terrorist events?

Do people overestimate the likelihood of fatality due to terrorist events?

Yuchuan Xu (BSc Economics), Anab Khan (BSc Accounting and Finance), Harry Ashcroft (BSc Philosophy and Economics), Qingxuan Pan (BSc Politics and Philosophy), Yunru Liao (BSc Actuarial Science)

 
Heuristics, Uncertainty and Terrorism; Estimations of the Likelihood of Fatality due to Terrorist Events
The terrorism threat level in the United Kingdom is severe. This implies that there is a high likelihood that […]

October 3rd, 2017|Articles, Featured|1 Comment|

Join the UPR Research Team!

***Note: applications for the Research Team are currently closed***

Join the LSE UPR team! We are now recruiting undergraduates from all years to join our first ever Research Team. Students do not need to have any previous research experience, but they do need to be of a curious disposition and be willing to learn.

Here is a quick introduction to our project:

The LSE Undergraduate Political Review (LSE […]

September 12th, 2017|Hidden, UPR Submissions|0 Comments|

LSE UPR submissions are now open!

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The LSE UPR is now accepting submissions for the first issue of the UPR Journal.

This is a perfect opportunity for students who have recently completed a dissertation as part of their third year of undergraduate study to see their work published. We welcome submissions from all academic departments – please find all the information you need to […]