Category: Global Economics

  • May the New Year bring a global financial picture that looks less like a roller-coaster ride at Disneyland and more like a consistent incline on a hike 馃槢 Here are a few links for your enjoyment. Money Multiplier down which means available credit isn’t leaving the system. Old but good: America actually聽earns more聽from its assets…

  • Ritholtz on the recession. Maybe we’re not seeing a double dip, but in fact two distinct recessions. Are the periods between 2008 and September of this year long enough to warrante distinction?

  • What is global centralized bank. A committee of economists are suggesting global reform should consider a global centralized bank. THe Committee on International Economic Policy and Reform. IN light of the dismantled financial sector in the last 2000s the committee proposes: …central banks should go beyond their traditional emphasis on low inflation to adopt an…

  • How did we miss this, and where does all the freaking money come from? Government bailouts and the regular debt load of consumer nations like the US are padding the massive number of global public debt. The US is suffering with no end in sight, but Canadians are also up ther ein the list. Interestingly,…

  • Great article on how America has single handedly caused the spike of world oil prices in the past and indirectly Yankees line the pockets of Middle East dictators, and how Wars DO NOT stimulate the economy. You mean to tell me a billion dollars a day is better spent in IRAQ then in America on…

  • **This was an article that was originally posted Feb. 27, 2007 and resurrected today in light of the news the US is increasing pressure on China to revaluate their currency. To learn more about revalution check out our devaluation and revaluation article.*** US politicians and lawmakers are pushing hard for China to revaluate their currency.…

  • **originally posted in our now closed forums in 2007 by user MarkTwain*** so……i tried to answer someones question on a media/politics message board on this issue… the guy was asking why are mainstream or corporate media companies are so keen to follow the government line on terrorism (sometimes abbreviated to MSM, mainstream media, in contrast…

  • This question was originally posed in our forum and reposted here. Pardon my knowledge…. but my math is: avg income=expenditure = multiplied by population makes a economy So for example USA —-$35,000 X 300 million Why can’t China and/or India create the same scenario?

  • *** Originally posted in our forum section moved here to the blog. *** Amongst the erudite economic fellow postee’s here, would anyone mind posting some suggestions for definitive reading to get an overall neutral view on economics please? I have heard a bit about Galbraith and am currently reading Thorstein Veblens ‘theory of the leisure…

  • This question was posed in our forum and is now placed here: I have a research about economic growth. So there are 4 question. I am very grateful to you if you answer : 1- why do have developed nations a little GDP rate than developing nations? ( for example USA has 1% and Iran…