IMF Study . Rising Market Power . The Economist. 2019

The Economist - Homepage Subscribe An economic theory of everything The IMF adds to a chorus of concern about competition A new study adds to worries about market power Finance and economics Apr 4th 2019 edition Apr 4th 2019 Physicists’ quest for a “theory of everything” is well-known. The equivalent in economics is the hunt …

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Buchanan Funded by Koch brothers | Meet the Economist Behind the One Percent’s Stealth Takeover of America

The Institute for New Economic Thinking Close Search Menu Navigation About Research Commentary Education Events Donate Explore by… Topic Person Region More Login Commission on Global Economic Transformation Facebook Twitter YouTube Email Search SEARCH RSS Commentary Blog Meet the Economist Behind the One Percent’s Stealth Takeover of America By Lynn Parramore MAY 30, 2018 | HISTORY OF …

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The Misunderstanding at the Core of Economics

The Misunderstanding at the Core of Economics https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-03-09/the-misunderstanding-at-the-core-of-economics Mark Buchanan, a physicist and science writer, is the author of the book “Forecast: What Physics, Meteorology and the Natural Sciences Can Teach Us About Economics.” Read More. March 9, 2017 2:00 AM EST Full original very complex and  abstract thesis http://dido.econ.yale.edu/~gean/art/1987-newpalgrave1.pdf Kenneth Arrow original thesis 1987-newpalgrave1 By Mark …

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This is what you need to know about Bangladesh’s remarkable economic rise. WEF

This is what you need to know about Bangladesh's remarkable economic rise This is what you need to know about Bangladesh's remarkable economic rise Bangladesh is set to overtake Pakistan's GDP per capita by 2020 Image: REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain This article is published in collaboration withProject Syndicate 24 Apr 2018 Kaushik BasuChief Economist, The World …

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Cash Transfers Cure Poverty. Side-Effects Vary. Symptoms May Return When Treatment Stops.

Cash Transfers Cure Poverty. Side-Effects Vary. Symptoms May Return When Treatment Stops. 4/19/18 Justin Sandefur Views from the Center cash transfers, Africa, Poverty Leave a comment Print New results from a famous experiment in Kenya have sparked heated debate over whether lump-sum cash transfers have any long-term benefits for those who get them, or even do harm …

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A Cautious Case for Socialism: Kenneth Arrow ||Perfect competition fails

A Cautious Case for Socialism https://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/a-cautious-case-for-socialism Kenneth J. Arrow Fall 1978The discussion of any important social question must involve an inextricable mixture of fact and value. The fundamental impulse to change and especially to great change is a perception of present wrong and a vision of potential right. The initial impulse must still be checked …

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