Global economist

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  • The term "economic globalization" has been discussed extensively in the popular press, by business executives and by policy makers all over the world. While aca- demic economists have made some excellent contributions to specific, technical aspects of economic globalization, there appears to be a need for economists to discuss the broader aspects of the issue in a more accessible manner. Failing this, the general debate will be informed only by the writings of non-economists.

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  • The Economics of Global Health Political and economic concerns have often guided global health interventions. As mentioned previously, early efforts to control yellow fever were tied to the completion of the Panama Canal. However, the precise nature of the link between economics and health remains a matter for debate. Some economists and demographers argue that economic development is the key to improving the health status of populations, while others maintain that ill health is the chief barrier to development in poor countries.

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  • Frank: According to this economist, Ernie, it’s all very simple. In an endogenous business cycle where variable-span diffusion indices are neither rising nor falling and the capital-to-output ratio is low, then the interplay of liquidity preferences and reserve ratios escalates and interest rates rise, causing the yield ratio to drop on common stocks.

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  • Economists attract ridicule and resentment in equal measure. People mock them, in the same way they poke fun at all eggheads and number-crunchers. But for everyone who scoffs, there is someone (perhaps the same person) who secretly fears that economists are the unacknowledged legislators of the world, purveyors of dangerous ideas that are filling the heads and turning the minds of the political leaders who claim to be in charge.

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  • In this chapter students will be able to: Understand why nations trade with each other, summarize the different theories explaining trade flows between nations, recognize why many economists believe that unrestricted free trade between nations will raise the economic welfare of countries that participate in a free trade system,…

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  • Chapter 6 - International trade theory. In this chapter students will be able to: Understand why nations trade with each other, summarize the different theories explaining trade flows between nations, recognize why many economists believe that unrestricted free trade between nations will raise the economic welfare of countries that participate in a free trade system,…

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  • Coxe describes the spectacular rise and fall of technology and telecom stocks as a "Triple Waterfall," a technical analyst's term for a classic boom-and-bust event. In events like these, vast amounts of wealth change hands from investors to those who profit from the bubble, in this case the upper management of dot-coms and the like who cashed in big at the top by selling stock and exercising stock options. According to Coxe, "Triple Waterfalls aren't mere bubbles, they are financial pandemics that take not months, not years, but decades to run their course.

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  • The Global Farming Systems Study was conducted by FAO under the overall coordination of S. Funes (Director, Rural Development Division) and the technical leadership of J. Dixon (Senior Officer, Farming Systems, Farm Management and Production Economics Service, Agricultural Support Systems Division) and A. Gulliver (Economist, Investment Centre Division).The Study benefited from the guidance of D. Forbes Watt (Director, Investment Centre Division), J. Monyo (Director, Agricultural Support Systems Division), D. Baker (Chief, Farm Management and Production Economics Service,AGS) and A.

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  • The germ of this book was planted more than two decades ago in my efforts to explain economic theory to myself. But why write a book, for myself or anyone else, trying to explain economic theory rather than proposing a concrete solution to one of the world’s many urgent problems, such as how to alleviate income inequality or do something about global warming? Because I had grown tired of listening to heated arguments that always seemed to disagree for reasons I could never quite identify. Economics textbooks usually suggested doing nothing.

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  • Comparative constitutional law is a newly energized field in the early 21st century. Never before has the field had such a broad range of interdisciplinary interest, with lawyers, political scientists, sociologists and even economists making contributions to our collective understanding of how constitutions are formed and how they operate. Never before has there been such demand from courts, lawyers and constitution-makers in a wide range of countries for comparative legal analysis.

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  • Economists have long advocated pollution taxes as a policy to improve water quality. One of the reasons water effluent taxes are embraced by economists interested in market-based policies is that sources of water pollution are varied and difficult to assess individually in terms of control costs. In principle, taxes overcome this problem. With a price—the tax—applied to pollution emissions, firms compare the price to their costs of emissions control. If the price is higher than control costs, they reduce emissions rather than pay the tax.

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  • For this, credit is due to a set of economists and water quality engineers who were actively exploring the application of taxes to the problems of large, polluted watersheds. In the mid-1960s, large studies of the Delaware River Estuary were undertaken to assess, among other things, the desirability of using effluent charges to control pollutants. In 1967, Johnson reported that a “zoned” effluent charge program (where different tax levels were applied in different zones along the estuary) would cost half as much as a “uniform treatment” regulation.

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  • Discrimination against outsiders has always existed, but with the exception of a few discussions of the employment of women (see Edgeworth [1922], and Faucett [1918]), economists wrote little on this subject before the 1950s. I began to worry about racial, religious, and gender discrimination while a graduate student, and used the concept of discrimination coeffi- cients to organize my approach to prejudice and hostility to members of particular groups.

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  • This paper takes a new look at the relationship between stock prices and inflation, focusing in particular on how expected inflation affects expected long-horizon stock returns. The predominant academic view, which continues to be reflected in the literature [see, e.g., Barnes, Boyd and Smith (1999)], is that high expected inflation predicts low stock returns, a perspective largely based upon the analysis of monthly and quarterly returns.

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  • Chapter 5 - The determinants of interest rates: Competing ideas. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand the important roles that interest rates play within the economy, to explore the most important ideas about what determines the level of interest rates and asset prices within the financial system; to identify the key forces that economists believe set market interest rates and asset prices into motion.

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  • Chapter 1 - International economics and the global economy. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Explain why economists use models, define globalization, describe the current level of globalization, encourage curiosity about why globalization occurs, encourage students to think about the future course of globalization, introduce the remainder of the book.

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  • The global economy has been developing rapidly and gaining many achievements which have a lot of motivating influences on the wealth of many countries in the recent decades. However, there still remain a number of difficult problems that need proper solutions brought in by the governments. Financial crisis is not out of the case. For many years now, financial crisis is deemed to offend so many countries and people including economists, brokers, bankers, policy makers, and so on.

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  • Our book is the collective effort of six economists with a great deal of help from their colleagues, teachers, families, and friends and, of course, the publisher (we especially thank Elizabeth Wald at Blackwell). As originally conceived, the book was to have only two authors (Quentin and Rob), but as the scope of the text expanded so did the need to bring in additional expert- ise for the chapters on non-market valuation (Vic), water (Steven), trade and biodiversity (Diane), and forestry and the global commons (Harry).

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  • When the United States sneezes, an economists’ proverb says, the rest of the world catches a cold. Between 1995 and 2005, the United States accounted directly for one-third of global economic expansion, according to the nonprofit Council on Competitiveness. Between 1983 and 2004, soaring U.S. imports added nearly 20 percent of the increase of the world’s exports.

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  • During the three years that have elapsed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008 – an event which heralded the most serious global financial crisis since the 1930s – CEPR’s policy portal Vox, under the editorial guidance of Richard Baldwin, has produced 15 books on crisis-related issues written by world-leading economists and specialists. The books have been designed to shed light on the problems related to the crisis and to provide expert advice and guidance for policy makers on potential solutions.

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