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Mostly original content that examines financial surreality in equity markets in general, and the Japanese Stock Market in particular.
The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and inequality through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community to make the world a more prosperous, just, and safe place for us all. A nimble, independent, nonpartisan, and nonprofit think tank, CGD combines world-class research with policy analysis and innovative communications to turn ideas into action.
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Economic Analysis Of Events In The United Arab Emirates And The Gulf
Welcome to Global Economy Matters. Posts on Global Economy Matters are written by macro economists and policy analysts who have a common interest in global macro and economic policy.
The aim of this website is to provide commentary and information about the Irish economy. The opinions expressed on the site are personal to the individual contributors; the website per se does not institutionally endorse any of the opinions expressed on the site, nor do the employers of the contributors. You may contact the site owner at philiprichardlane at me.com.
Commentary on Australian & world events from a social-democratic perspective
“Macromouse” is an active research site anyone can use to find the deepest ideas of global change, now taking place. It includes ideas of major macro-economics, cutting edge philosophical ideas, new mathematical and scientific ideas, published over the last six years. The links and articles are often up-to-date, but more often are serious articles culled from the web and my own materials, of the most important and pertinent ideas to global economic change, from all eras of history. Her sister site “The American Mind” is linked at the top right corner of “Macromouse”.
News and analysis of the North Korean economy. This site is intended as a resource for business persons, policy makers, academics, journalists and others interested in the North Korean economy (broadly speaking).
Social liberal, economic conservative, feminist, mother of two boys and an Australian republican. I love analysing statistics about stuff, but don’t get to do it as much at work these days. Trying to figure out my own work life balance, so I blog about it often. I work in the financial services industry in Sydney. Antony Green is my favourite political commentator.
Peter Gallagher is a leading Australian consultant on trade and public policy. I can help you with strategies for, and analysis of, international markets, law and regulations, trade agreements, export policies, import restrictions… I also offer reports,conferences and master-classes for government officials and industry associations on international trade research.
An Immigrant’s View Of Australia’s Life, Liberty And Pursuit Of Happiness
The Public Financial Management Blog (PFM Blog) is managed by the two Public Financial Management Divisions of the IMF Fiscal Affairs Department. The Divisions’ main task is to assist IMF member countries in enhancing performance of their public financial management systems in the following areas: budget preparation, budget execution and financial controls, accounting and treasury management, fiscal reporting, internal and external audit, debt management, and other aspects related to budgetary process. .
This blog discusses the UK economy, how it relates to the rest of the world, and how it affects us all. Stephanie has been a reporter at the New York Times (2001); a speech writer and senior advisor to the US Treasury Secretary (1997-2001); a Financial Times leader-writer and columnist (1993-7); and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School.