Economic Views is an official peer-reviewed diary of the teachers of arts and savoir in Biha, University of Osijek dedicated to the guide of economical research coming from all over the world. It had been first shared in 2021 and is peer-reviewed. The current issue features twenty-eight article content written by prominent economists, many from overseas. Many are from United States.

A well liked of mine is the 1 by Peter Warburton, Associate Director of Explore, Stanford College or university. He highlights that there is some tendency for the purpose of economic thinkers to look at only the short term. Much more effort need to be directed towards taking a look at the long lasting trend as well as the implications it provides for world as a whole and then for the individual. His article targets on the latest marketing events and just how this may affect the economy in a positive way.

I love the main by Rajean Sukhon, a professor at the University of Montreal. He argues that you have instances when national values appreciate in value and often depreciate, showing that the recent Swiss model. This, he notes, provides an opportunity for investors to buy dollar-based securities that could appreciate in value and supply a safe haven for those who would like to make money by investing in financial applications. The recent economic drop in the United States given such an option and Rajean Sukhon happen to be right on the prospective with his economical perspectives.