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ECONOMIC SURVEY REVEALS THE INTERNET CREATES 136,000 JOBS, $48 BILLION IN GDP ACROSS ARIZONA

PHOENIX, February 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — While recent economic research details the direct link between the Internet ecosystem and economic growth through Arizonaa trio of ArizonaLondon-based business owners have joined a national coalition, Internet for Growth, to tell how their businesses have benefited from the internet’s unique ability to connect businesses and consumers. The Economic […]

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South Africa should design an economic policy based on the strengths of the regions: here’s how

Sandton Skyline. Image by Infrastructure Photos Eeconomists and policy makers seem to have a blind spot when thinking about how the economy works and what determines success. Analytical frameworks and government policies systematically neglect the role of space and geography in favor of national averages and sector plans. Yet growing evidence from around the world […]

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Russian economic policy: the antithesis of Turkey’s hostile approach

If you’ve recently logged into Google Flights, you may have noticed a small change in the page layout. In addition to the usual sortable categories, such as price, duration and departure time, there is a new field: CO2 emissions. Launched in October 2021, the column gives potential travelers an estimate of how much carbon dioxide […]

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Does India pursue a hegemonic economic policy in South Asia?

Experts say New Delhi, which operates the world’s sixth largest economy, is taking economic measures to “subjugate” its immediate neighbors like Nepal. Throughout human history, a strong economy has always shaped and accompanied political power, and countries have used their financial superiority to establish political dominance over others. India, home to the second largest population […]

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the role of human rights

The role that human rights should play in South African economic policy has been the subject of intense controversy and debate over the past year. This, after the Ministry of Finance announced spending cuts in its Medium-term fiscal policy statement as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged lives and livelihoods. The statement sets out the government’s policy […]

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Economic policy with a mission

We thank all authors who responded to our essay. We are also pleased to see that the majority of respondents generally agree with the central concept of missions as a new framework for organizing industrial policy. Nevertheless, several important criticisms and concerns have been raised which merit discussion. Much more needs to be done to […]

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Good economic policy is about more than inflation

Last year at this time we were in the depths of a global crisis. A mysterious disease was sweeping the world and governments shut down economies in an attempt to stop the spread. Rightly or wrongly, these closures have ended our lives and our livelihoods. The unemployment rate in the United States reached nearly 15%and […]

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Rene Gayle | Rethinking tax incentives as an economic policy tool – Part II | Remark

Leaders of GLOBAL FINANCE from the Group of the 7 Richest Nationals recently agreed to approve a minimum global corporate tax rate of 15%. The first part of this article examined the resulting wave of global concern about the likely impact of this historic decision, particularly on developing countries, such as Jamaica, which have grown […]

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Emirates News Agency – Development of legislative and economic system attracts foreign investment to region: World Government Summit

DUBAI, 30th June, 2021 (WAM) — Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Teleworking Applications, and Director General of the World Government Summit Organization, has said social and economic priorities are key to the work of governments, which has been radically altered due to the effects of the […]

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Paul Ryan Discusses the Congressional Experience and Economic Policy – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Anthony Peltier | Photographer Ryan said Winston Churchill’s legacy inspired him to adopt a level-headedness and positive worldview. Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan discussed the ideologies that influenced his political career during a virtual event on Thursday. The Graduate School of Political Management and the National Churchill Leadership Center […]

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FIU and Florida lawmakers establish center to study free markets and global economic policy | FIU News

Carlos Díaz-Rosillo, director of the Adam Smith Center for the Study of Economic Freedom The CRF established the Adam Smith Center for the Study of Economic Freedom. The center, created by law in July 2020, will act as an independent, nonpartisan think tank to study the impact of government and free markets on economic freedom […]

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India’s major economic policy think tanks and changes in their leadership

New Delhi: World Bank economist Deepak Mishra was appointed as the next director and managing director of India’s leading think tank Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) on Monday. The move comes at a time when several other economic policy think tanks have witnessed a shift in leadership. The National Council of […]

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New economic study by Franklin Templeton-Gallup amid COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted every aspect of American life, including how we access food, health care, and housing; how we work; and even how we interact with our loved ones. With nearly 12 million cases worldwide, including 3 million in the United States, COVID-19 continues to threaten our health and our economy. The unprecedented economic impact […]

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To save us, it’s time to rethink our economic system, scientists warn

The planet is in trouble. Study after scientific study warns that we have pushed far beyond the physical limits of what our living world can sustain. From rising extreme temperatures causing dire weather patterns – including drought records and from unprecedented fires – to oceans suffocated by plastic and collapsing ecosystems, it’s painfully clear that […]

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New academic center to advance economic policy research

James Tobin Yale announced the creation of a new research enterprise, the Tobin Center for Economic Policy at Yale, named after the late James Tobin, iconic faculty member and Nobel laureate. The center will advance rigorous, evidence-based research aimed at defining and informing policy debate. Alumni, parents and friends of the university have contributed more […]

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Definition of the European Center for Economic Research

What is the Center for European Economic Research? The Center for European Economic Research is a non-profit economic research institution based in Mannheim, Germany. The organization provides advice on economic issues and policies to its clients, with its work focusing primarily on European economies. Key points to remember The Center for European Economic Research, or […]

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National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) definition

What is the National Bureau of Economic Research? The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization whose goal is to promote a better understanding of how the economy works. It disseminates economic research to public policy makers, business professionals and the academic community. Key points to remember The NBER […]

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Economic Research Center » Centers » The Buckeye Institute

Download the document! There are tradeoffs with any change in public policy and even small policy changes impact state budgets and taxpayers’ pocketbooks. To help citizens and policymakers understand the impact of policy decisions on businesses, families, jobs, the economy, and state revenues, the Buckeye Institute’s Economic Research Center (ERC) offers reliable research and personalized […]

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An unstable global economic system ignored

By Daniel Albert Today, the International Monetary Fund announced a further reduction in its global growth projections for 2014, with its estimate of US growth also reduced (citing government spending cuts, but not the current US government shutdown – or hitherto unthinkable notion of the US government failing to fulfill its obligations). Despite the apparent […]