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CamIntAc 36m
Congrats to one of our students, Judy, who has been invited to an interview for studying Economics at Cambridge University. We wish her the best of luck with the interview.
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World Economic Forum 21h
This is the impact of the 2008 crisis you might not have expected
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World Economic Forum Nov 14
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Econ 3h
GDP(gross domestic product) is the measure of a nation's economic activity. This entails the monetary (money) value of all the goods and services within a nation over a designated period of time.
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World Economic Forum 24m
Christine : The case for a new digital currency
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American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) 1m
Metrics Will Not Save the World: . Analysis by Peter C. Earle .
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Duker 20h
They are NOT paying them off, just excusing them from paying taxes on property and profits they occupy. Get a fricken clue.
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Goddess Giana’s slave 10h
Paid my twitter usage fee instituted by . Everyday Goddess Giana has instructed me to pay a fee to her for every tweet and message I send. I can’t get over how smart, lucrative and economical she is.
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Applied Economics at UNCG 2h
Brown Bag on in today at 11AM in Bryan 456. Presented by and Astou Aw.
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Climent Quintana-Domeque 🎗 25m
very interesting seminar at by Nicolas Roys: ‘Skills Prices, Occupations and Changes in the Wage Structure for Low Skilled Men’
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Jordan Greenwald 38s
"United States: Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Survey" 🤔🤔
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Neal Caffrey 12m
Replying to @CNNnews18 @RBI
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MITxU.Lab 18h
“Closed” means a mindset that amplifies the triad of Fear, Hate, and Ignorance. It’s a mindset that through: blinding, de-sensing, absencing, blaming others and destroying" Latest article by Otto Scharmer
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james redew Nov 11
Some food for thought 🤔
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Kazuhiro Arai Nov 14
(68) The above story is a fable but has many implications. It is obvious that a society is happier and more efficient if it is composed of individuals with cultural characteristics such as diligence, trust, warm-heartedness, and self-sacrifice.
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APEG 7m
Dr Paul Cockshott gave a very thought-provoking talk about the shortcomings of neoclassical economics as a "science". It's been a great first day at Shifting Paradigms so far - can't wait for two more days of discussion and talks!
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World Economic Forum Nov 11
Move over GDP, wants to be the metric of the future
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Econ101edu 2h
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Tamara Watson 3h
My students LOVING Gimkit!! They are having so much fun! Gimkit for Social Studies
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World Economic Forum Nov 13
The next economic crisis could cause a global conflict. Here's why
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