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How to make money from digital entertainment

How to make money from digital entertainment
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-02-08


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A new boss at the helm of Exxon Mobil

A new boss at the helm of Exxon Mobil
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-01-31


With Exxon Mobil’s former chief executive now Trump’s Secretary of State, what challenges will face the new man in charge of the world's largest private oil company? India’s annual economic survey includes an idea for a Universal Basic Income (UBI). What could a UBI mean for India’s poor? And a Harvard economist examines the pay gap afflicting women in employment.This is from Jan 31st 2017,...(Read More)


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An Expert’s Guide to Trumponomics

An Expert’s Guide to Trumponomics
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-01-25


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A flood of false headlines probably did not swing America’s election

A flood of false headlines probably did not swing America’s election
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-01-19


DONALD TRUMP often presents himself as the great enemy of fake news. He has a pronounced tendency to accuse his opponents of peddling it. But some suspect it helped to deliver him the White House. One story, widely shared on social media in the run-up to the American election, alleged that the Clinton Foundation bought $137m in illegal arms and organised a child sex ring operating out of...(Read More)

Turbulence Ahead

Turbulence Ahead
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-01-12




This is from Jan 10th 2017, 16:41 by

It is from http://www.economist.com/blogs/freeexchange/2017/01/podcast-money-talks

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Wage growth surges, just in time for the Trump presidency

Wage growth surges, just in time for the Trump presidency
Written by Barrett Brock on 2017-01-06


THE news that average wages grew by 2.9% in December, the final full month of the Obama presidency, provides more evidence that America’s labour market is heating up. For some time, America has been creating plentiful jobs—2016 was the fifth consecutive year with more than 2m job gains. But wage growth has been weak enough to cast doubt on the labour market’s strength. A commonly cited...(Read More)

The most profitable time of the year

The most profitable time of the year
Written by Barrett Brock on 2016-12-22


We look at the decline in holiday spending in America and ask what surprises 2017 could bring. And Adrian Wooldridge takes on the ghosts of capitalism past, present and future

This is from Dec 20th 2016, 19:52 by

It is from http://www.economist.com/blogs/freeexchange/2016/12/podcast-money-talks-0

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Keep the costs of trade in perspective

Keep the costs of trade in perspective
Written by Barrett Brock on 2016-12-16


ECONOMISTS are realising that they have got some things about trade wrong in the past. Just because trade can make everyone better off, doesn't mean it will, for instance (at least without some help from politicians). That new research, and this year's political ructions, are generating some reflection on these issues among economists is a good thing. But it is important to maintain one's perspective....(Read More)

Lessons from a fight between economists and historians

Lessons from a fight between economists and historians
Written by Barrett Brock on 2016-12-10


IN A fascinating new piece at the Chronicle of Higher Education, Marc Parry examines an intense, ongoing debate between historians and economists on the role American slavery played in the industrial revolution. A number of recent books by historians (including Edward Baptist's The Half Has Never Been Told, with which The Economist has an unfortunate history) argue that growth...(Read More)





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