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The state of Pakistan`s economy

This document taken from the State Bank of Pakistan`s website shows the total debt situation of Pakistan. The total debt (domestic and external) in Pakistan has grown exponentially over the last 4 years as a result of extensive borrowing strategy of the current government. 773 more words

Pakistan

A few words about professor Rwengabo’s last report, or the Bayesian rectangle of reality

My editorial, from Amplepuis, France

I am in one of those moments when things to write about just pop up around me and I have trouble to pull it together coherently. 1,789 more words

2 dangers/opportunities  posed by a
space-age economy.

Christopher Werbos, Space Renaissance USA Intern, Economics Student
Approved by Space Renaissance USA

Civilian development of space carries with it a plethora of benefits. 2,052 more words

ECON+ Interview With Otaviano Canuto – Natural Resources Abundance: Blessing or a Curse?

Otaviano Canuto, Executive Director at the World Bank, once again is with ECON+ to continue this series of interviews on the global economy. This time, we tackle the topic of Natural Wealth and its perception of either being a blessing or a curse. 229 more words

Experts

The Dutch disease for the benefit of #GarethMorgan @stevenljoyce

I am putting in a Official Information Act request to see if anyone advise ministers that a export promotion target results in a matching increase in imports along with a large appreciation in the New Zealand dollar. 284 more words

Economic History

Economic diversification in Nigeria (part 2): Understanding the natural resource curse

About two weeks ago, I started a series on economic diversification for us to understand the factors responsible for Nigeria’s economic structure. Today, we would be looking at one of the major problems facing resource dependent economies like Nigeria and which also undermines efforts at economic diversification – … 1,066 more words

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Hazards of a Tourist Boom

by Silla Sigurgeirdottir and Robert H. Wade

Iceland is surfing a tourist boom. From 440,000 tourists in 2008, numbers started surging in 2011 to reach 1.3 million in 2015 and 1.8 million in 2016. 739 more words

Macroeconomics