What's good about economics and economists - Canberra Times What's good about economics and economists - Sydney Morning Herald 08/2/2015 - 9:34 am | View Link
What They're Saying: Economics professor Bruce Corrie - Soccer America ... sports, and in the process help them close the achievement gap." -- Bruce Corrie , a Concordia University economics professor, on the value of... 08/2/2015 - 7:53 am | View Link
Joyce questions economics of Chinese mine - Herald Sun Joyce questions economics of Chinese mine - NEWS.com.au 08/1/2015 - 8:21 am | View Link
Economics feels bite of declining demand - Brisbane Times Economics feeling the bite of declining demand - Sydney Morning Herald 07/31/2015 - 4:05 am | View Link
Economics 'stack up' on pasture renewal - Radio New Zealand Chair Murray Willocks said the economics stacked up - the cost of regrassing was about 1 percent of operating costs, but the return on... 07/30/2015 - 7:40 am | View Link
Thomas Piketty has a new book coming out and Paul Krugman isn't sure why Thomas Piketty — the French economist who took the economics world by storm last year with his landmark tome "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" — has a new book out. And Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman isn't sure why. Writing in Sunday's New York Times ... 08/2/2015 - 8:23 pm | View Link
European Economics Preview: Eurozone Final Manufacturing PMI Data Due Final Purchasing managers' survey from euro area is due on Monday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. At 3.00 am ET, consumer and producer prices from Turkey are due. Also, Purchasing managers' survey results are due from Poland, Turkey ... 08/2/2015 - 6:39 pm | View Link
Economics: Carbon tax makes more sense than an ETS WRITING recently on The Conversation, Clive Hamilton correctly pointed out that an emissions trading scheme (ETS) can in no sense be called a tax - the two are fundamentally different. Under an ETS, the amount of emissions is fixed by the government and ... 08/2/2015 - 6:20 pm | View Link
Can economics help explain microbial life? Adam Smith was a famous 18 th century economist, not a biologist, but could his economic theories help solve longstanding mysteries about gut microbes? The authors of a new PLOS One study seem to think that’s the case. Joshua Tasoff, an economics ... 08/2/2015 - 6:41 am | View Link
Exclusive – The Economics Of Ajay Devgn’s Drishyam Drishyam is showing some good escalation at the Box Office, courtesy good word of mouth that is continuing to bring in audience. For a film which was relying primarily on the feedback of ‘aam junta’ instead of taking a whirlwind opening on the very ... 08/1/2015 - 9:09 pm | View Link
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Your Guide to Economics at About.com Learn economic basics, the difference between macroeconomics and microeconomics, demand vs. supply, and more concepts to help make sense of the world. 08/2/2015 - 8:40 pm | View Website
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What Is Economics? Definition And Meaning An ever popular field of study for undergraduate students is economics because many students have post-grad Wall street aspirations, however, few economic majors ... 08/2/2015 - 5:05 pm | View Website
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EPA’s new Clean Power Plan announced yesterday at the White House focuses on reducing carbon emissions from power plants because they emit more carbon than any other sector of the country, even transportation. Renewables, nuclear and efficiency are the winners. Coal is the real loser.
Alibaba Group, China’s largest e-commerce company, today announced the appointment of ex-Goldman Sachs executive Michael Evans as president in a bid to increase its business outside of China. “I am honored to be joining Alibaba and excited by the opportunity to lead Alibaba’s international growth strategy,” Evans said in a statement.
The first sign of a full-blown crisis is when the government tries to ban short-selling, and China is no exception. Short-sellers borrow stocks and immediately sell them off, reasoning they can buy them back at a lower price in the future and pocket the difference. But their negative bets put downward pressure on stock prices.