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The University of Hawaii at Mānoa, Kapiolani Community College and Honolulu Community College are located in the most livable city in the United States, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit . [Read More]
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A senior manager at the Bank of England has been appointed as the director of financial stability at the Central Bank of Ireland.Vasileios Madouros is the head of the macrofinancial risks division at the UK central bank and previously worked as an economist in the financial stability directorate. He... [Read More]
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The Labour leader made the comments at the Edinburgh International Book Festival alongside Greek economist Yanis Varoufakis... [Read More]
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If you don't like poverty and tyranny, vote against "Pocahontas" in 2020... [Read More]
Aug 20, 2018--FiscalNote, a technology innovator at the intersection of global business and government that provides advanced, data-driven Issues Management solutions, today announces that it has completed its acquisition... [Read More]
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The Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual Global Livability Index, measuring the most livable cities in the world. For the first time in eight years, Melbourne, Australia, did not finish in the No. 1 spot. The cities were judged by metrics like crime rates, healthcare quality, infrastructure, and levels of corruption. The US had several cities on the list, but none in the top 20. When it comes to choosing a place to live, there are several factors to consider — climate, transportation options, and crime rates, to name a few. Although it's hard... [Read More]
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RealClearPolitics national political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns, Moody's Capital Markets Chief Economist John Lonski and Fox News Contributor Jonas Max Ferris on the Trump administration's trade negotiations with China. [Read More]
ARTIFICIAL intelligence robots has the potential to wipe out thousands of British jobs, the Bank of England's chief economist has warned. [Read More]
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The rise of artificial intelligence will have a "dark" fallout that is even more disruptive than previous industrial revolutions, the Bank of England's chief economist has warned. Andy Haldane predicted that the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" would be on a much greater scale than those of the 18th t... [Read More]
The 2007 edition of Nobel laureate F.A.Hayek's monumental The Road to Serfdom, edited by Bruce Caldwell, includes an appendix entitled "Nazi Socialism."  The economic policies of the Nazis, wrote Hayek, are "full of ideas resembling those of the early socialists."  The dominant feature of Nazism was a fierce hatred of anything capitalistic — "individual profit seeking, large-scale enterprise, banks, joint stock companies, department stores, international fiance and loan capital, the system of 'interest slavery,' in general."  Nazi policy, wrote Hayek, was nothing less than "a violent anti-capitalistic attack."  "It is not even denied, wrote the Nobel Prize-winning economist, that... [Read More]
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In this week's video, our good friend Nick Gillespie interviews Peruvian economist and property rights activist Hernando de Soto about the future of prosperity in the developing world, and how legal reform can be the path to wealth for traditionally impoverished communities around the globe. [Read More]
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The Federal Reserve board said its head economist will retire at the end of 2018, in what would be the most significant change in a senior staff position since Chairman Jerome Powell took office in February. [Read More]
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Hmm, maybe the world is changing for the better, in little ways at least. On Monday, liberal magazine The Economist ran an article criticizing the progressive concept of cultural appropriation, calling it a "dubious, harmful concept," that "obstructs freedom of expression. [Read More]
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ROBOTS are poised to take "swathes" of jobs from humans – and not just manual labour roles, either. A leading economist has warned that as robotic tech improves, we could see the "dark side" of a fourth industrial revolution. [Read More]
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A controversial former finance minister has called on Greece to be ready to ditch the euro as it emerges from eight years of austerity dictated by Brussels and international creditors.Yanis Varoufakis, the radical economist who once described the strictures of three loan programmes imposed on Gree... [Read More]
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"On the other end of the spectrum, the United States is set to remain the country with the largest current account deficit with roughly 420 billion euros," Ifo economist Christian Grimme said. [Read More]
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Andy Haldane said the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution will see "the machine replacing humans doing thinking things" [Read More]
Bank tells BBC a skills revolution is needed to avoid people becoming "technologically unemployed". [Read More]
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Without better training, there may be a huge rise in the "technologically unemployed", warns top BOE economist Andy Haldane... [Read More]
Jesus Christ advocated for an economic flow that supports humanity as a whole because he truly recognized how interconnected we are to each other. We can restructure government so that it functions in support of the common good, as it is meant to. This is not an unrealistic idea, and yet it is being treated as such by Democrats and Republicans alike. Everyone should have the right to live a secure life without having to constantly fend off predatory behavior. But our neoliberal Congress incentivizes greed, producing unrelenting financial obstacles for Americans while devastating communities around the world through... [Read More]
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