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Money in the Bank?

“‘Almost a quarter of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) now comes from countries with negative rates,’ According to an article in The Economist magazine this week.  37 more words


GDP a poor measure of progress

Gross Domestic Product- GDP is an indicator of countries national wealth. The GDP represents monetary value of all goods and services produced by a county over a specified period of time within its territory. 478 more words


How Economists Would Fix Online Dating - By CHRISTOPHER MIMS Feb. 8, 2016 12:01 a.m. ET

A ‘thick’ market and cost-benefit analysis help avoid ‘romantic unemployment’

There’s no human interaction the Internet can’t make even more alienating, and that goes double for finding a mate. 382 more words

Point Of Interest

Globalization is dead: what now? -Paul Laudicina

In the four decades I have closely followed global affairs, I have never seen the world in such a state of pronounced . Even the end of the Cold War seems tame compared to the changes now at hand. 784 more words


Economic Hitman

Listen to John Perkin tell his story of his job as an economist for a company and what he did in other countries. He details how to systematically destroy a country through their political leaders. 16 more words


Irving Fisher

Irving Fisher is one economist whose clarity of words and theories set him apart. He always used mathematics to explain his theories and express it in such simple words that a graduate student can learn it by himself. 207 more words

Famous Economists

A tale of Chilean social security system and how Lewinsky prevented reform of the same in US....

José Piñera was Chile’s secretary of Labor and Social Security and architect of the country’s successful reform of its pension system (now at Cato).

In this speech… 903 more words

Economics - Macro, Micro Etc