Lithuania will become the 19th member of the Euro area on the 1st of January, following Wednesday’s Council endorsement. The most important part of the story – however – is not that someone is still brave enough to join the Euro area, but that Lithuania’s accession will trigger a change in the voting system of the ECB. 1,296 more words
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My piece in the guardian today. Please go here to read the original.
Tony Abbott achieves the impossible: unity among economists
Economists are refuting the three big picture claims made by the government: 1) We have a budget emergency 2) We have a debt crisis and 3) The carbon tax was ruining the economy… 967 more words
Brian S. Wesbury - Chief Economist
Bob Stein, CFA - Dep. Chief Ecnomist
Strider Elass - Economist
The economic world lost a leading thinker this weekend with the passing away of Gary Becker, who, since the death of Milton Friedman in 2006, was the most influential, and important, living economist. 619 more words
July 17, 2014
It is a fact that many stations of NTPC and many states are facing coal shortage; a primary reason for which is less than 2% growth rate in coal production in the last 5 years – says Power and Coal Minister, Mr Piyush Goyal.