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Regarding the correlation between the knowledge and skills acquired by graduates of economic sciences and job requirements, only 43.8% of employers believe that they largely correspond.
-Photo of a presentation displayed on a screen during a press conference to announce the Nobel laureates in Economic Sciences 2013, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, in Stockholm
This forum aims, amongst other things, at establishing a code of ethics for the economic media and journalism with the participation of specialists in media agencies, faculties specialized in media, economic sciences and management from Arab universities.
He shared the 1994 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with game theorists Reinhard Selten and John Harsanyi.
Born in 1958, Fouad Laroui is also an economist who worked as an engineer for the Moroccan phosphates company before going to the United Kingdom where he obtained a PhD in economic sciences.
A graduate of Universidad Nacional de Buenas Aires (School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism) and Universidad Nacional de La Plata (School of Economic Sciences), Masi holds a Masters Degree in Real Estate and Urban Development from Harvard University.
"Academician Bexheti is one of the most respected people in the economic sciences, a proven intellectual and experienced politician.
Cypriot Professor Christopher Pissarides, the 2010 Nobel Prize winner for Economic Sciences, will address the Ministers on the link between education and economic performance -- an issue highlighted in the OECD`s recent `Education At A Glance` report.
The forum was organised at the initiative of the Sfax Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, with the assistance of the Islamic Research and Training Institute, coming under the Islamic Development Bank (IDB).
The Bulgarian Finance Ministry points out that the people invited to join the WB Knowledge Advisory Council include the recipient of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences - the American Michael Spence, the German Development Institute Director Dirk Messner, the former World Bank Chief Economist and Senior Vice President Justin Yifu Lin, as well as experts and professors from the USA, the Republic of Korea, Egypt, Japan and China.
Dimov has a degree in international economic relations and marketing from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and an MBA from the University of Wales.
Born in Austria, Forstmayr attended the University of Salzburg, where he studied Economic Sciences and Tourism.
Sleiman met with the Hungarian Ambassador Arbad Ronay, who graduated from the Budapest University for political and economic sciences and learned Arabic in Kuwait.
The MoU was signed on the third day of Serbian economic delegation visit to Markazi province on Tuesday, the Islamic republic news agency reported.Head of Arak Chamber of Commerce Mohammad Ali Abbasi said that constant presence in specialized fairs, exchanging economic sciences and technology in the fields of production and export, close contacts between Iranian and Serbian companies in direction of trade development and opening bureaus in both countries are among contents of the MoU.He continued that establishment of Iran-Serbia cooperation council will be considered in near future when an Iranian economic delegation pays a visit to Serbia.
WHEN MILTON FRIEDMAN received the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, a protester disrupted the ceremony with shouts of "down with capitalism, freedom for Chile." Three decades later, in The Shock Doctrine, Naomi Klein repackaged that outburst for a new generation of hecklers, blaming Friedman for Augusto Pinochet's brutal dictatorship and the U.S.