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Harvard economics professor calls for more U.S. economic aid

The Harvard economics doctoral student who coined the term “midpoint formula” has called for more financial aid and an increase in military aid to help meet rising global temperatures. The economist’s statement is in response to a question on the economic impact of climate change posed by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour at a forum on Wednesday.The United

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Which countries are leading the economic recovery?

The US economy added an annualized rate of 1.2% in the second quarter of 2018, according to data from the US Federal Reserve.The annualized growth rate in the fourth quarter was 0.9%.The rate was below the consensus forecast of 0.8%.In the last three quarters, the US has added an average of 0,847,000 jobs per month,

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How to boost land values in China

In this video, an economics professor at Harvard University explains how to improve land values by moving them out of rural areas.He is joined by a land developer and an economist.This is part of an ongoing series that looks at how to get people and land value values to go up in China.More from The

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How do we survive an economic collapse?

How do you survive an economically collapse?The answer is simple.It requires a certain level of focus and focus that is difficult to find in today’s economy.We have entered an era of unprecedented financial stress, with trillions of dollars of debt and trillions of dollar of net worth, with an unprecedented level of risk.Many of us

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Venezuela faces recession, shortages, soaring prices

Venezuela’s economy has entered a recession, the government and economists say, with inflation climbing to nearly 20 percent.The Venezuelan economy is expected to shrink by 6.5 percent this year, the most severe slump in living standards in a decade.The crisis is fueling a trade war between Venezuela and the United States, with President Nicolás Maduro

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How to get ahead as an economist

This article is by Dan Shaughnessy.It has been written and published by Shaughnesses.It is published here with permission.You can find more of his work at Dan Shauseth’s blog, The Economics Job, or his website, TheEconomics Job.This article was originally published on May 21, 2017.It was republished on May 29, 2017 with permission from Dan Shau.

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EU summit: No more delays, Irish PM says

The EU summit is set to take place in Brussels on Tuesday and Ireland will be the first country to sign the deal.The prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has said that the deal is a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” and said it will help Ireland “get out of this mess”.Ireland has also been accused of dragging its feet

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How to survive a downturn

As the global economy continues to struggle, the country’s leaders are grappling with how to prepare.The latest from the global economic downturn:The Australian dollar rose against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday, with the dollar index index falling 1.5 per cent to 96.25.It’s now down more than 5 per cent in just four days.The Australian Bureau

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How to deal with the Trump administration

“This is not going to be a happy time,” Trump adviser Stephen Miller said Tuesday.“It is going to make the world a better place.”The president is seeking to roll back environmental protections, dismantle the Dodd-Frank financial regulations and roll back the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) efforts to regulate carbon dioxide emissions.He is also threatening to