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Hubert Ancelot

Hubert Ancelot

I am a bachelor of Economics and Arts student at the University of Queensland, Brisbane. Originally from France, I am an avid traveler and has lived in various parts of the world. During my first years at university, I developed a keen interest in EU politics and public finance. I am also active in international relations studies where he maintains a healthy curiosity for peace and conflict academia, notably in its connection to economics. Outside of study, I am interested in literature and cultural experiences.

Winner Take All: A Review

By · September 9th, 2012

Some ideas raised in Dambisa Moyo’s book.

Escaping the Sinking Boat: Those Who Avoided the Crisis

By · July 1st, 2012

As the years go by and new countries find themselves greatly affected by the crisis, a handful of them emerge as having resisted the extreme shock of global financial instability.

A Fifty Year Old Fallacy

By · May 27th, 2012

Why a Cold-War era embargo is still being enforced on Cuba.

Look East: The Weight of Oil Sanctions on Iran’s budget

By · April 29th, 2012

If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last 6 years, then you would probably not understand the extreme tension that surrounds Iran’s nuclear program. There is the media, different governments’ interests in play, different companies’, and various groups of influence acting. Behind that thick wall of smoke lies the effects the issue has on the Iranian economy.


Hollande and Laffer

By · March 25th, 2012

The socialist hopeful to the French presidency, Francois Hollande, declared last week that once president, he would implement a 75% income tax to one million euro+ earners.

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