Latin America's clouded long-run economic
outlook is perhaps best underlined by its recent sub-par economic
performance at a time of unusual global prosperity.
One of the defining characteristics of the world in which we now live is that, by most economically relevant measures, distances are shrinking rapidly," Bernanke informed his fellow titans--central bankers from around the globe, gathered at the annual Jackson Hole Economic
375 billion in cash, and Reed's control of the Matthew Bender legal publishing operations, the court stated, "from any perspective, the 'true economic
Rational choice theory, which develops out of the reasoning of traditional neoclassical economic
theories of market behavior, tries to explain individual and sometimes group behavior, by arguing that, controlling for all other factors, individuals will make decisions based on maximizing their benefits as much as possible.
transactions are characterized by asymmetric information; that is, one of the parties is more aware of or has more control over the circumstances and performance of the transaction than the other party has.
Auburn Associates announced the release of a study documenting the economic
recovery activities undertaken post-9/11 by the New York State Empire State Development Corporation and its partner organizations.
Felix Barber and Rainer Strack of the Boston Consulting Group devised a means of reformatting a traditional measure of economic
profit to one that is meaningful for people-intensive businesses.
Although previously neglected, the topic of economic
growth (or economic
development) has gained prominence not only in economic
and social science circles but more widely in popular discourse.
IT IS OFTEN ARGUED THAT INTERDEPENDENT economic
relations between countries could create a favorable atmosphere to the solution of political problems, thus enhancing peace and security.
NORTHRIDGE - Beyond its cultural importance, California State University, Northridge, has become a major economic
engine for the San Fernando Valley region - generating $4 for every dollar the state invests in the 33,000-student campus, according to a report released Thursday.
foreign policy and international economic
policy over the last thirty years part of the public discourse concerning terrorism.
policies to stimulate economic
reform and trade liberalization have much to offer, both in terms of generating growth and employment, and in solidifying our broad ties with this diverse and culturally rich region.
In the first case, while the period's economic
history has been much studied, no one has so thoroughly investigated its discursive dimension.
ON RECENT TRIPS to Europe and the Asia-Pacific Region, I've been reminded yet again of the critical importance of strong economic
development in countries around the world.
growth, and the annual windfall by 2002 would have exceeded total K-12 spending for that year.