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Analysis Externality on Education
"(a) What are some of the positive externalities of education?
(b) Why wouldn’t the higher wages received by educated workers be considered a positive externality, while the additional tax... More > revenue received by the government from these higher wages are?
(c) Why might higher education provide fewer positive externalities than primary / secondary education?
The Corliss Group Barcelona and Hong Kong Financial News Magazine about IMF Chief warning for the U.S Federal Reserve
International Money Fund managing director Christine Lagarde over the weekend warned that attempts by the... More > U.S. Federal Reserve to wind down its $85 billion-a-month bond purchasing program could negatively affect emerging markets.
“Very negative spill-over effects on the emerging market economies could very much backfire on other economies. So to assume that [the] domestic economy is totally isolated, that a country is an island, would not be the right approach,” Lagarde told CNBC in an interview.< Less
Can Russia Reform? Economic, Political, and Military Perspectives (Enlarged Edition)
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These papers represent the first in a series of papers taken from the Strategic Studies Institute’s (SSI) fourth annual Russia conference that took place at SSI’s headquarters in... More > Carlisle, PA, on September 26-27, 2011. As such, they also are part of our on-going effort to make sense of and clarify developments in Russia. The three papers presented here offer attempts to characterize first of all, the nature of the state; second, the prospects for economic reform within that state—perhaps the most pressing domestic issue and one with considerable spillover into defense and security agendas as well—in contemporary Russia; and third, the nature and lasting effects of the defense reform that began in 2008. The papers are forthright and pull no punches, though we certainly do not claim that they provide the last or definitive word on these subjects.< Less