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Minneapolis: Labor Market Update, July 2017, Part 1

In today’s blog, we will be exploring the labor market in Minneapolis from the perspective of the labor force and the number of employed. It will be important for us to remember that these two economic systems’ variables measure the growth of a labor market. 636 more words

Matt Johnson

PBL 4 - How society and politics influence economy?

  • What are the different kinds of economics?
  • How do government policies effect on a country’s economy? 
  • How does foreign trade influence a country’s economy?  

What is an economic system? 2,255 more words

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Daily Data Dump: Chicago homicides are decreasing, while homicide clusters still persist

Matt has a Bachelor of Science in Systems Science, with focuses in applied mathematics and economic systems, from Iowa State University. He is also a professional member of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics and the International Society for the Systems Sciences and a scholarly member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, which is an International Honors Society for Economics.  62 more words

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AS Revision - Economic Systems

With the AS Data Response and Essay Paper next week here is some revision material on economic systems. It goes through the features of the market, command and mixed economies. 21 more words

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Chicagoland: Homicides through September 2017

Homicides in Chicago have decreased by more than 7 percent compared to this time last year. Through September of 2016, there were 568 homicides in the Windy City. 188 more words

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Monday Data Dump: Comparing Minneapolis' 4th Ward July 2016 crime data to July 2017 crime data

In Sunday’s Data Dump, we compared and contrasted the 4th and 5th Wards crime behavior with respect to the crime behavior of the Downtown West neighborhood. 998 more words

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Sunday Data Dump: North side crime in Minneapolis in July 2017

The Minneapolis City government elections are slowing approaching. The big day is Tuesday, November 7th. And so the mission of this blog until November 7th is to provide data sets relevant to the mayoral race and the city council races, for which there are 13 council seats. 783 more words

Matt Johnson