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NKU’s Brooklyn Stephens Wins Best Undergraduate Paper Award at State Economic Research Conference

Brooklyn Stephens of Northern Kentucky University, an economics major and Center for Economic Education scholar, received the Best Undergraduate Paper Award at the 2021 Kentucky Economic Association Undergraduate Research Conference. Stephens article, Money Keeps Me Up At Night: An Analysis of Financial Anxiety in the United States identifies demographic groups that may suffer from increased […]

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Economic study suggests refocusing anti-competitive attention on the cloud

Legacy software companies have been accused of distorting cloud markets through “sustainable, pernicious and unfair licensing practices” in a report commissioned by trade body Cloud Infrastructure Services Providers in Europe (CISPE). Suggesting that the EU broaden the scope of its anti-competitive investigations to include the cloud, CISPE commissioned Frederic Jenny – who chairs the OECD’s […]

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Zeigler Auto Group Ranked First in Glassdoor Economic Research’s Work-Life Balance Study

Zeigler Auto Group values ​​PRIDE: passion, reputation, integrity, drive and execution After nearly 50 years, we continue to be a family business. and for us, that means taking care of our people through good times and bad. It also means continuing to adapt to a rapidly changing world by listening to the needs of our […]

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Rethinking India’s economic policy towards Vietnam

Author: Kannan Reghunathan Nair, NTU and Phan Xuan Dung, Pacific Forum Since the upgrade of bilateral relations to a “comprehensive strategic partnership” in 2016, the strategic coordination between India and Vietnam has steadily deepened, as evidenced by the strengthening of maritime defense and security. . Cooperation. But economic ties between New Delhi and Hanoi are […]

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The Western economic system is coming to an end, by Thierry Meyssan

Famine spread in the West following the crisis of 1929. All institutions were threatened. They only survived through World War II. Already in the 18th century, the British economists of nascent capitalism wondered about the durability of this system around David Ricardo. What was initially very profitable will eventually become commonplace and will no longer […]

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Market analysis and economic study calls for community input into housing survey — Waterbury Roundabout

Revitalizing Waterbury is seeking the public’s help to participate in a survey as part of a Waterbury market analysis and economic development study. The study is done in conjunction with a New York State-based community planning consultancy called Main Street Group. According to Director of Economic Development Mark Pomilio Jr., the project will revisit many […]

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Turkish tycoon calls for economic policy overhaul

One of Turkey’s top business tycoons has spoken out against the country’s ‘depleting’ inflation and spiraling exchange rate, in a rare public intervention that will be seen as a thinly veiled criticism of the president’s economic policies Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Omer Koc, chairman of Koc Holding, one of the country’s oldest and largest companies, called […]

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Kansas Economic Policy Conference to address the ongoing COVID recovery in Kansas

LAWRENCE — The 2021 Kansas Economic Policy Conference, hosted annually and organized by the Institute for Policy & Social Research, will take place on October 21 at the University of Kansas. This year’s conference will focus on “COVID Recovery in Kansas: A Work in Progress”. Although GDP growth has recovered from the sharp decline in […]

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Ana Boata appointed global head of economic research for Euler Hermes Group

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Euler Hermes, world leader in credit insurance, announces a change in the management of its economic studies department. Ana Boata, previously Head of Macroeconomic Research, is appointed Global Head of Economic Research of Euler Hermes Group effective September 1, 2021. She will replace Alexis Garatti, who will now focus on ESG and trend research. […]

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Patricia Zurita: “We need a new economic system based on nature”

Artwork by Anna Higgie In 1995, a young Patricia Zurita was researching freshwater dolphins in the Andean mountains when the latest bout of border violence erupted between her home country of Ecuador and neighboring Peru. His team’s conservation work has been turned upside down. Soon after, however, those same efforts helped settle the decades-long dispute […]

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Opposition pressures Kishida on COVID-19 and economic policy in regime interrogation

Lawmakers from the largest opposition party on Monday attacked Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, demanding that the new leader explain why his predecessors’ coronavirus responses and economic policies failed, while offering their own counter-proposals to differentiate themselves before a general election. During the first debate in the national legislature, the leader of the Constitutional Democratic Party […]

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Skepticism over Kishida’s economic policies dims outlook for Tokyo stocks

Tokyo stocks ended higher on Monday after Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s assurances of his economic policy boosted sentiment, but prices remained well below a 31-year high marked in mid-September, skepticism about the new leader’s approach adding to post-pandemic concerns. growth prospects. The 225-number Nikkei Stock Average ended up 449.26 points from Friday to close at […]

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September jobs report good, but below expectations

What happened in the September jobs report? Employers added 194,000 net new jobs to payrolls according to the September jobs report released today, a positive total but below expectations. Compensating for this disappointing total somewhat, historical data has been revised upwards so that an additional 169,000 jobs have been added to the previously released July […]

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Green transformation as an economic policy tool

On January 23, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) published “Is Star Trek’s Dream of a World Without Money Utopian or Dystopian?” », an article which does not serve well the cause of Liberty. Of course, the article is not written in bad faith. But it ends up justifying a parasitic form of capitalism that […]