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IMF fears “secular stagnation” for global economy

THE International Monetary Fund is coming round to the idea that the world is in the grip of an economic “secular stagnation".

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IMF fears “secular stagnation” for global economy

Does high CEO pay hurt banks’ shareholders?

Does high CEO pay hurt banks’ shareholders?

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Does high CEO pay hurt banks’ shareholders?

Ethiopia: Why Ruling Party's Growth Rhetoric Is Faulty

[Addis Fortune] By and large, Ethiopia recorded 17 years of economic stagnation under the leadership of the Dergue, a military government.

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Ethiopia: Why Ruling Party's Growth Rhetoric Is Faulty

How Rand Paul Deviates from His Libertarian Dad on Economic Policy

When it comes to economic policy, U.S. Senator Rand Paul isn’t his father’s libertarian. As Paul unveils plans to run for president on Tuesday, he’s framing his candidacy as that of an outsider, the antidote to the Washington establishment. At its most basic level, that motto would have applied to the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns of his father, former U.S. Representative Ron Paul, whose …

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How Rand Paul Deviates from His Libertarian Dad on Economic Policy

Morning Star :: Attack on 1% which doesn’t add up

TIM DI MUZIO is a supporter of the Occupy movement, whose protests in Wall Street, at St Paul’s Cathedral and many other locations internationally target the 1 per cent of the world’s population who own nearly half of global wealth and control the money supply.

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Morning Star :: Attack on 1% which doesn’t add up

What are the three major economic components necessary for stagflation to occur?

Dig deeper into the three components of stagflation — inflation, unemployment and declining output — as understood by economic theory.

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What are the three major economic components necessary for stagflation to occur?

To bridge income disparity

The need for Sri Lanka to open its economy with a proper free market system to ensure economic growth in the country was highlighted at a seminar in Colombo.

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To bridge income disparity

How the 1 percent always wins: “We live in a faux democracy, which is why everyone’s so cynical and nobody votes”

The rich get richer, the middle class gets hollowed out. We all stay quiet. Steve Fraser explains why we allow it

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How the 1 percent always wins: “We live in a faux democracy, which is why everyone’s so cynical and nobody votes”

Study: Montana's middle class shrinking

Montana's middle class is shrinking as income disparity grows between the upper and lower classes.

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Study: Montana's middle class shrinking

Japan turns to entrepreneurs to get its economic mojo back

For years, Japan has been searching for a way to get its economic mojo back, and increasingly it's looking to people like 17-year-old high school dropout Yoichiro Mikami as the answer.

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Japan turns to entrepreneurs to get its economic mojo back