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I AM IMMORTAL - Trezzi - 2016 - Economic Inquiry

Friday, November 25, 2016
Category: Economics

From onlinelibrary.wiley.com

I am grateful to Tommaso Trezzi for teaching me Electrocardiography101 and to Valentina Imelli who will hopefully remain on my side forever. I am also extremely grateful to Andrew Chang, Laura Feiveson, and Sarena Goodman for supporting me throughout the entire process--my eternal existence--especially given their limited lifespans.

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The cheque republic: money in a modern economy with no banks.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Category: Economics

From bankunderground.co.uk

What happens when a countryâ€s banking system shuts down?  Just how damaging is it to the economy?  During the 20th century, the Republic of Irelandâ€s banking system suffered industrial disputes, some of which caused the main banks to close for several months.

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The Weak Spot in China's $3.3 Trillion Foreign Reserve Stockpile - Bloomberg Business

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Category: Economics

From www.bloomberg.com

Compared with the amount of yuan sloshing around in the economy, a proxy for potential capital outflows, Chinaâ€s firepower seems limited. The dollar reserves account for 15.5 percent of M2, a broad measure of money in circulation.

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Why France Has So Many 49-Employee Companies - Businessweek

Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Category: Economics

From www.bloomberg.com

Here’s a curious fact about the French economy: The country has 2.4 times as many companies with 49 employees as with 50. What difference does one employee make? Plenty, according to the French labor code.

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Newspaper bosses ‘paralyzed’ by change, clueless about paid content, says Steve Brill – Poynter

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Monday, January 18, 2016
Category: Economics

From www.poynter.org

The Washington Post confirmed Sunday morning that Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian has been released from imprisonment after being held in the country for 18 months. Fred Ryan, the … Read More

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Stop adding up the wealth of the poor

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Monday, January 18, 2016
Category: Economics

From blogs.reuters.com

Itâ€s the meme that refuses to die. It started, back in 2011, with the Waltons: six members of the family, we were repeatedly told, were worth as much as the bottom 30% of all Americans combined. I tried to address this silly stat back then, but now itâ€s gone global: back in January, Oxfam announced that the worldâ€s 85 richest people had the same wealth as the bottom half of the global population.

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Breaking the Bank for a Burger - WSJ

Monday, January 18, 2016
Category: Economics

From www.wsj.com

The Filipino restaurant Manila Social Club, in Brooklynâ€s Williamsburg neighborhood, just made a splash with a confectionary creation that makes people crazy: a shiny, $100 doughnut covered in 24-carat gold.

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Add Your Own Egg

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Monday, January 18, 2016
Category: Economics

From thepointmag.com

The mosquito net donations are an excellent example of how the decisions of effective altruists are rooted in their own happiness rather than others as demonstrated by the use of some of these nets for fishing by starving villagers, see http://nyti.

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The Hive Becomes More Populous | Economic Principals

Monday, January 18, 2016
Category: Economics

From www.economicprincipals.com

For 125 years, practically since the beginning of the industrial age, General Electric Co. has been the pole star among US technology companies, second only to DuPont Co. and, for a time, Bell Telephone.

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