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Cutting cash would be a boon for the world's poor: economist

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Getting rid of much of the cash in circulation might be an effective way to reduce inequality.

The world’s poor stand to be among the “biggest beneficiaries” of the changes that would follow should cash become almost obsolete, according to Kenneth Rogoff, a Harvard economics professor and the author of The Curse of Cash. 446 more words

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Crises in economies vs Crisis in Economics...

Some interesting links on the topic (HT:Economist’s View Blog)

Economics - Macro, Micro Etc

War is Bad for the Economy

It seems to be common knowledge that war is good for the economy. After all, following World War II the US was no longer in a recession. 446 more words

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The 16 best MBAs in the world according to The Economist

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

The Economist has released its annual ranking of the world’s best MBAs.

A Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) is a fast-track to success and can catapult its graduates into a high-paying career. 829 more words

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“… away from multiculturalism and towards assimilation”

Segregation scars parts of Britain, some immigrant groups remain poorly integrated and minorities within them are hostile to liberal values.

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