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Economic gap between upper castes and dalits persists

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Since there is no direct survey of incomes in India, monthly household expenditure is seen as a proxy measure of monthly income for most households except the very rich.

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Economic gap between upper castes and dalits persists

New Market Research Report Netherlands Country Risk Report Q2 2015

(MENAFN Press) Core Views  * Netherland's economic growth will be supported by the recovery in the domestic housing market. However high levels of household indebtedness…

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New Market Research Report Netherlands Country Risk Report Q2 2015

What key U.S. economic indicators do economists track to determine if the conditions necessary for stagflation are …

Discover the key leading U.S. economic indicators used by economic analysts to determine when the conditions for stagflation exist.

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What key U.S. economic indicators do economists track to determine if the conditions necessary for stagflation are …

McMugging the middle class: How corporate welfare conquered the American economy

McDonald's recently-announced minimum wage hike is all about saving face — and it isn't nearly enough

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McMugging the middle class: How corporate welfare conquered the American economy

The problem isn’t central banks – it’s old people

Old people are slowing down the rate of economic growth, says Bill Bonner. The post The problem isn’t central banks – it’s old people was first published on MoneyWeek .

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The problem isn’t central banks – it’s old people

Rich Malaysian, poor Malaysian

We are fast heading towards a divided Malaysia – not so much by religion or ethnicity as we are being constantly reminded, The post Rich Malaysian, poor Malaysian appeared first on ALIRAN .

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Rich Malaysian, poor Malaysian

How should a country's 'goodness' be measured?

Economic indicators in Ireland are finally pointing in the right direction: GDP is growing, incomes are creeping back up, and unemployment is expected to fall to single figures for the first time in eight years. Ireland, according to his new ranking, is the “goodest” country in the world – or, in other words, the world’s least selfish relative to the size of its economy.

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How should a country's 'goodness' be measured?

Secular Stagnation and Capital Flows

Can capital flows mitigate or even eliminate the problems generated by secular stagnation?

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Secular Stagnation and Capital Flows

How China Wants to Overhaul its $16 Trillion Corporate Monster

How do you dismantle a $16 trillion government behemoth that controls everything from nuclear power plants to tourism kiosks? This time, instead of using the shock therapy of mass privatizations championed by Britain in the 1980s, China is trying to improve state industries without putting thousands out of work during an economic slowdown. Policymakers are proposing to strip government holdings …

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How China Wants to Overhaul its $16 Trillion Corporate Monster

Edward Snowden back in Fort Greene Park (sort of)

Today, in its place, is a projection of the statue. "Inspired by the actions of these anonymous artists, The Illuminator Art Collective recreated the intervention ephemerally by projecting an image of the sculpture into a cloud of smoke.

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Edward Snowden back in Fort Greene Park (sort of)