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Influenza Means Influence

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com – So is this why I’ve just had such an awful week? I finally saw a specialist, and said yes to drugs; my ears are still partially clogged, but I can hear again, sort of. 37 more words


The modern and ever-changing Berlin

In mid-February 2015 I visited Berlin for a weekend, and got to see the city we’ve heard much about in history and german. Berlin, as the capital of Germany through many different periods of european and german history, has been in the centre for a lot of rebuilding over the years. 50 more words


Public Embraces Stiglitz "Rewriting the Rules" Economic Agenda: Roosevelt Institute Inequality Plan Motivating Progressives in 2016

democracycorps.com – Earlier this year, the Roosevelt Institute released its Rewriting the Rules economic agenda crafted by Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz. What it offered sounded like a new common sense: the economy is governed by underlying rules; they are a choice and we have the power to change them. 68 more words


GREENPRO CAPITAL CORP. Announces Acquisition of Affiliate, Greenpro Venture Capital Limited

Oct 04, 2015 OTC Disclosure & News Service, OTCQB, GRNQ Wanchai, Hong Kong  On September 30, 2015, Greenpro Capital Corp. (OTCQB: GRNQ) today announced that it has entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) and completed its acquisition with its affiliate, Greenpro Venture Capital Limited (“GPVC”), pursuant to which GRNQ acquired 100% of the outstanding  shares of GRVC.  100 more words

Europa Diaries: Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, Poland

(Part 3 of 4 for the series on Poland: Krakow-Zakopane-Warsaw-Gdansk)

After a great time down South in Poland, it was time for me to head out towards the Capital, Warsaw or Warszawa (in Polish) or Warschau (in German). 1,310 more words


An Event At The Graduate Center

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com – Janet Gornick, Branko Milanovic, and yours truly will be talking about LIS and what it does Tuesday, October 6th, 2015, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 22 more words