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Ryan Elantri - Hard Work is Necessary for Success

Ryan Elantri is currently a senior at The Pennsylvania State University. Elantri believes in the value of staying focused. In addition to maintaining a position on Penn State’s Dean’s List, Ryan is also a member of the Penn State Finance Society and the Penn State… 157 more words

Elantri

South Sudan’s Civil Strife in Perspective

By Sitati Wasilwa

Paul Collier, a professor of economics and public policy in the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford, documents in his book known as… 1,188 more words

Economics

can hillary turn the page?

Hillary’s challenge last night was to articulate her case for why she should be the President. For me that means articulating her governing philosophy. So far — and this includes last night — she has not really done that. 2,071 more words

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The Chinese Miracle and the Economics of Growth

I’m in Shenyang, China, as part of the faculty for Northeastern University’s International Economics and Management program.

My primary role is to talk about the economics of fiscal policy, explaining the impact of both… 1,524 more words

Economics

Simulating pain

Virtual Malady

VIrtual reality has been hailed as an “empathy machine” for its ability to foment understanding by transporting people to worlds and experiences that differ from their own. 48 more words

Virtual Reality

Finance's winners and losers of 2016 + Trump

http://fofoa.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/the-debtors-and-savers-2016.html

This guy is goooooooooood.

Not just good.

But gooooooooood.

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“Since gold can’t be “debased”, it begins to attract investment from those who would rather not consume today’s overproduction (and via that sharing wealth and ‘favours’) but continue to…

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