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  1. Indian Economy By Subrahmanyam Iyer
    A country known to westerners as a country of magicians & snake-charmers, is now known as one of the fastest growing econmies in the world and the next big investment options for companies worldwide. What made the conceptions change? What was the reason behind this massive overhaul?India has been a country affected by poverty and wide discrimination in the hands of Britishers, who ruled the country for almost a century & half, then came independance, and no proper planning to take the country …


  2. Winning in the Global Economy - Will You be a Victim or Victor? By John Van Doren
    Part II - American Dream or American Myth?If you’re still playing by the “How to Achieve the American Dream” rules of your father and grandfather, then:1. You’ve been downsized out of one or more jobs.2. You company merged with corporation ABC and you’ve been rightsized out of a job to reap the “synergies” of the merger.3. You’ve trained your replacement in Bangalore prior to your job being outsourced.4. You’re working 60 to 80 hour per week and getting paid for 40 hours out of fear of ei…


  3. Global Economy Creates Need For International Business Pros By Terry McDermott
    The increasing globalization of business has created a demand for MBA graduates with a specialization in the international management of business. Many institutions, including several accredited universities, offer the opportunity to earn an international MBA online. Online International MBA programs are ideal if you are a working professional who may not have time to attend traditional, on-campus classes, or if you just prefer to have the flexibility to work when and where you want from the c…


  4. How to Lower Gasoline Prices By Lance Winslow
    The best way to lower gasoline and diesel prices is to do what Maria is doing. You see Maria is voting with her dollar. If everyone did that, the problem will be solved. Some say that the Oil Companies are manipulating supply, well then the consumer has a lever too then, it is called demand. If you and everyone is concerned with fuel prices, then buy less of it and then the demand will be less and the supply greater and the price lower; you see?What is a good price for full economic vitality? …


  5. Pueblo Colorado’s Economy is Taking Off By Lance Winslow
    Pueblo was once a mighty steel town and the huge Carnegie Steel Mill is still there. Much of the West’s Industrial might was once in Pueblo and just up the road was the famous inventor Tesla who further helped grow the area with the introduction of his electricity years later. Today the Industrial part of Pueblo is not what it was and there is a slight problem with tradesmen and luckily PCC-Pueblo Community College has all kinds of great programs for retraining and it is not too awfully expens…


  6. Do Foreigners Care For The US Economy? By Steve Dimeck
    It has become a nationwide trend for foreign companies to come in on American soil and buy out American firms. More and more foreign flags are popping up in front of many local firms.What's the message? The firms have been bought out by the foreign company that the flag represents.How does that affect the American economy? What happens with the American employees working at that company? Do these foreigners really care for the American people and the American economy?Hi. My name is Steve Dimec…


  7. East Ohio Regional Economics and Manufacturing By Lance Winslow
    In 2000 there were 12,800 manufacturing companies between Erie-Cleveland-Canton-Pittsburgh and 13,900 Wholesale companies. The landscape is quite different in that region today. Just in time theory did not work as well as intended as wholesale companies were traded for computerized in-flight, over the road, just in time, on the way transportation and distribution alignment. But as OH started attacking trucking with over regulation and places like Akron went from 42 flights a day to 30, the jus…


  8. The New Economy By Cynthia Kyriazis
    This technological revolution has organization, efficiency and productivity requirements well above what was needed in the past. And although all three of these have always been important, they are now considered crucial in the growth and maintenance of businesses worldwide. Technology’s power gives us the tools to reduce routine tasking in order to increase productivity, spend more time with customers, and have more time for ourselves and our personal priorities. Processes become quicker, bet…


  9. The Perfect Economy? By Arthur Eckart
    The U.S. economic data reported this week showed strong output growth with tame inflation. Industrial Production expanded at about 1% in June, three times greater than expected, while both the June Consumer and Producer Price Indices were unchanged. Also, the June Capacity Utilization rate rose to 80.0%, and the June Unemployment Rate fell to 5.0%. The June data generally show there is neither strain nor slack in the U.S. economy. Therefore, the U.S. economy is expanding at an optimal rate.It …


  10. Economy in 2002, Was It that Long Ago? Rants from Lance By Lance Winslow
    Well apparently the job recovery will do the typical stock market recovery 6 month after follow-up. They use to teach this in business schools with the 2 year, 3 year cycles. Well here is something that should be expected. So many people are out of work that the prison labor used is taking jobs away from the manufacturing sector. Well prison manufactured issues.http://wichita.bizjournals.com/wichita/stories/2003/08/04/editorial2.htmlObviously this is a serious issues yet what do we call Ch…


  11. Bosnia - An Economy in Search of a State By Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
    Bosnia-Herzegovina (heretofore "Bosnia") is an artificial polity with four, tangentially interacting, economies. Serbs, Croats and their nominal allies, the Bosniaks each maintain their own economy. The bloated, fractured, turf conscious, inefficient, and often corrupt presence of the international community, in the form of the Office of the High Representative, among others, constitutes the fourth - and most dominant - parallel economy. The divergence of the economies of these components of B…


  12. The Economics of Self Defense By Damian Ross
    The following is a recent email I received; I thought I should respond to the list rather than to the individual because this situation is common:“I'm a 52 year old guy who has been pretty active lifting weights for about 20 years but about a year ago I found myself in a situation where a guy suckered me and I friggin was so intimidated that I walked away with my tail between my legs. Thankfully the only damage was to my ego cause I totally wimped out in front of my buddies who were there... b…


  13. The Blessings of the Black Economy By Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
    Some call it the "unofficial" or "informal" economy, others call it the "grey economy" but the old name fits it best: the "black economy". In the USA "black" means "profitable, healthy" and this is what the black economy is. Macedonia should count its blessings for having had a black economy so strong and thriving to see it through the transition. If Macedonia had to rely only on its official economy it would have gone bankrupt long ago.The black economy is made up of two constituent activitie…


  14. Affluent Market May Disappoint Retailers by Spending Less for December Holiday Gifts By Ron Kurtz
    About 25% of the total estimated December holiday (Christmas and Hanukah) gift market will be produced by the wealthiest 10% of U.S. households, despite a reduction of 1.6% in their spending to about $57 billion.These are the major findings of the just released 23 page/20 table report “The Affluent Market for Christmas and Hanukah Holiday Gifts: Forecast of December Holiday Gift Expenditures and the Recipients, Types, and Retail Sources of the Gifts”.Signaling the challenge retailers face in a…


  15. It's Official: Inflation is Back! (And it may be worse than you think) By Luigi Frascati
    Inflation is back. It's official, and you can blame costlier gasoline and other fuels. The tab for common services like a hotel stay and garbage removal are jumping too, as is the sticker price on packaged foods and many other household items. Companies are finding that they can pass on part of their soaring raw-material costs. There is a general consensus among American economic circles that interest rates are on the rise. And this concern is beginning to spill across the border into Canadian…


  16. Economics and Politics of Regional Droughts By Lance Winslow
    It cities across America water is an issue, the flow is sporadic, either too much or too little. We must stabilize the flow, so businesses can plan, people can feel secure and we will not be caught with our pants down during the next drought. In some parts of our country the drought is now approaching 10-years and it is serious and economically destabilizing. As the droughts become more often, more severe and longer in length due to over use of supply, we must be ready. Many cities understand …


  17. True Cost Economics By Soni Pitts
    What's the price of your lifestyle? Is your living room furnished in blood, or your wardrobe woven of pain and suffering? How about your body - are you fed with diminishment and despair? Every piece of merchandise we buy costs a set amount of work, energy and resources. What we pay for it in cash may - or may not - reflect what went into its making. If we buy cheaply, at a discount store where prices are kept artificially low, then the price is paid by others who have to suffer to make up for…


  18. Environmental Economics, Stream of Thought By Lance Winslow
    Entrepreneurs can clean up the environment if we would let them. Look at Fred Smith’s Brilliant plan to challenge American Ingenuity paid off. He said to the industry, build me a delivery van that uses 50% of the fuel as our current units and emits 90% pollution and he will by 19,000 of them. Well guess what, it worked. Thus proving that Free Enterprise can solve the problems of the human race five times faster than any government intervention or regulation.http://www.environmentaldefense.org/…


  19. The New Face of the American Dream By Lenice Hoyte
    The first time you meet Julie, she seems like the typical thirty-something young woman from a third-world country. Nothing strange, since she was born and raised in the Rep. of Panama and now lives in Belize. Nevertheless, as you look a bit closer, you realize that you're dealing with a matter-of-fact woman who thinks and reasons a lot like a born-American-Citizen. That could be explained because of the fact that she was born on the Panama Canal Zone and has been "indoctrinated" in the America…


  20. During the election we heard about Ohio’s Economy By Lance Winslow
    Much of what we heard in the mass media about Ohio and the down and out economy was the fiction of spin-doctors of politics who wanted to oust the current sitting President. On further review and first hand observation and experience Cincinnati has people moving in and economic expansion. It is in a good spot with decent quality of life, plenty of jobs and an expanding set of suburbs. Just cross the river into KY and you get a glimpse of the reality.With too much traffic causing people to leav…


  21. Drug Trade Accounts for Forty Percent of the Afghan Economy By David Snape
    The voice on the radio suddenly forced its way into my conscious awareness. Absolutely staggering, I felt it deep in my gut with no uncertainty.Forty Percent of the Afghan economy is from illegal drug production and trafficking. More disturbing is the fact that the United States has nothing that can replace the drug trade for Afghan entrepreneurs.As I contemplated these hard hitting statements, I found myself imagining how different our world could be if we just stuck to some basic tenants of …


  22. The Economy's Greatest Depression Downturn Ever Is Now Just A Few Years Away By Daniel Arnold
    What really controls the economy? Forget interest rates, forget deficits, forget the Fed, forget IRAQ, forget which party is in office. In fact, forget just about everything that permeates the news. The greatest force that has controlled the long-term trend of the economy for at least the last century doesn’t give a fig about any of these side-shows. And just what is this "greatest force" now telling us in 2005? The same thing that it has been telling us for at least the last twenty years - th…


  23. The Dismal Mind - Economics as a Pretension To Science By Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
    It is impossible to describe any human action if one does not refer to the meaning the actor sees in the stimulus as well as in the end his response is aiming at.Ludwig von MisesI. INTRODUCTIONStorytelling has been with us since the days of campfire and besieging wild animals. It served a number of important functions: amelioration of fears, communication of vital information (regarding survival tactics and the characteristics of animals, for instance), the satisfaction of a sense of order (pr…


  24. Microfiber Mopping Systems: Safety and Economics Win Out Over Tradition By Steve Hanson
    Microfiber mopping systems are becoming more widely used in commercial and hospital settings over traditional mopping systems for a variety of economic and safety reasons. Microfiber mop heads are extremely absorbent, holding six or seven times its weight in water, which means it can hold enough water to get the job done, yet doesn't drip like the traditional wet mop. Because the mop head needs less water, floors dry more quickly because they're merely damp, not visibly wet. Floors cleaned…


  25. Rising Gas Prices Fueling the Virtual Economy By Yvonne McCoy
    As gas prices continue to spiral upwards, many employees are counting the cost of getting to and from work. For some who commute long distances, it could almost seem like an employment tax. They have no choice but to drive to get to their jobs, and yet they have seen gas prices double since 2002. Sure public transport is an option, but not for everybody. Even car pooling is not an option when you live out in some of the more rural areas and have to commute in to the city.For many people, t…






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