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LONDON – There are two types of extraordinary economist. The first type includes pioneers of the field such as David Ricardo, William Stanley Jevons, and, in our own time, Robert Lucas. They all aimed to economize knowledge in order to _...Read More_
LONDON – There are two types of extraordinary economist. The first type includes pioneers of the field such as David Ricardo, William Stanley Jevons, and, in our own time, Robert Lucas. They all aimed to economize knowledge in order to _...Read More_
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"The digitized, dematerialized, knowledge-based economy is already here and spreading, and offers huge potential value. The challenge for firms and policymakers is to manage the transition in a way that benefits the many and not just the _...Read More_
"The digitized, dematerialized, knowledge-based economy is already here and spreading, and offers huge potential value. The challenge for firms and policymakers is to manage the transition in a way that benefits the many and not just the _...Read More_
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Capitalism is neither boon nor bane. It's just that capitalism have increased gulf so much between rich and poor, now even if end to capitalism arrives it will hamper fundamentals of economy pretty bad.
Capitalism is neither boon nor bane. It's just that capitalism have increased gulf so much between rich and poor, now even if end to capitalism arrives it will hamper fundamentals of economy pretty bad.
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The first-ever zero oil trade happened at 2:08 p.m. ET on Monday, April 20, during what is typically the sleepy, postprandial hour leading up to the market’s daily settlement.
The first-ever zero oil trade happened at 2:08 p.m. ET on Monday, April 20, during what is typically the sleepy, postprandial hour leading up to the market’s daily settlement.
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