Economics

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    How to Trade Currency Based on News
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    Learn how to trade like the pros! This in-depth, beginner0friendly course explains how to trade currencies based on market news. Find out how to day trade online, plan trades, and manage risk.

    Learn how to trade like the pros! This in-depth, beginner0friendly course explains how to trade currencies based on market news. Find out how to day trade online, plan trades, and manage risk.

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    Why Economics Matter
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    Join this Curious Conversation with American economist Peter Orszag to address important issues, including healthcare, equality, and political gridlock.

    Join this Curious Conversation with American economist Peter Orszag to address important issues, including healthcare, equality, and political gridlock.

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    Intro to Microeconomics & Macroeconomics
    A 15-part course with John Bouman
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    There are many fields that study human behavior. Yet, perhaps the most fundamental way to look at how people, organizations, and businesses make decisions and use resources is economics!

    There are many fields that study human behavior. Yet, perhaps the most fundamental way to look at how people, organizations, and businesses make decisions and use resources is economics!

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    Understanding Stock Market Corrections
    A 7-part course with The Mindful Share Trader
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    Successful stock trading is a matter of timing. In this course, learn how to recognize stock market corrections, and get expert tips on positioning yourself to profit when a bear market turns bullish.

    Successful stock trading is a matter of timing. In this course, learn how to recognize stock market corrections, and get expert tips on positioning yourself to profit when a bear market turns bullish.

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    To Eliminate Waste, We Need to Rediscover Thrift
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    There's no such thing as throwing something away, says Andrew Dent -- when you toss a used food container, broken toy or old pair of socks into the trash, th...

    There's no such thing as throwing something away, says Andrew Dent -- when you toss a used food container, broken toy or old pair of socks into the trash, th...

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    Economists warn Trump's policies will start a 1930s-era...
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    President Donald Trump is driving the global conversation on trade toward protectionism: the imposition of tariffs on imported goods. That may seem like a go...

    President Donald Trump is driving the global conversation on trade toward protectionism: the imposition of tariffs on imported goods. That may seem like a go...

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    An economic case for protecting the planet
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    We all share one planet -- we breathe the same air, drink the same water and depend on the same oceans, forests and biodiversity. Economist Naoko Ishii is on...

    We all share one planet -- we breathe the same air, drink the same water and depend on the same oceans, forests and biodiversity. Economist Naoko Ishii is on...

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    Best of 2017 #4 | Can Finland sustain its current econo...
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    Economic growth has been sluggish.

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    A cyclone in Madagascar could mean you'll pay more for ...
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    Back in March, a Category 4 cyclone hit the island of Madagascar. At least 81 people were killed and 6,000 others were displaced. The cyclone also washed awa...

    Back in March, a Category 4 cyclone hit the island of Madagascar. At least 81 people were killed and 6,000 others were displaced. The cyclone also washed awa...

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    Economics Worldly Curio
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    How Trump's latest budget impacts women and girls, from...
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    Threats to cut US spending on development abroad would impact women and girls. Across Women's Lives has analyzed the numbers.

    Threats to cut US spending on development abroad would impact women and girls. Across Women's Lives has analyzed the numbers.

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    Half of college graduates are earning less than they di...
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    Meanwhile, the top percentile of wage earners are seeing the fastest wage growth.

    Meanwhile, the top percentile of wage earners are seeing the fastest wage growth.

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    Green homes in Buffalo are keeping poor people warm. Bu...
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    Like many Rust Belt cities, as industry left the area, Buffalo saw a huge decrease in population and a spike in poverty. But community activists are getting ...

    Like many Rust Belt cities, as industry left the area, Buffalo saw a huge decrease in population and a spike in poverty. But community activists are getting ...

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    Rational Economic Man
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    The late economist Kenneth Arrow "wielded math the way a surgeon wields a knife." Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is inspired by him and asks: what makes rational, rational?

    The late economist Kenneth Arrow "wielded math the way a surgeon wields a knife." Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is inspired by him and asks: what makes rational, rational?

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