Economics: Micro stars, macro effects | The Economist Economists trying to make markets work better. Unemployment Insurance, Macro Effects, Economist Economists, Web Searches, Markets Work, Big Econ, Econ Data, The Economist
The new economics of oil: Sheikhs v shale | The Economist
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Sheikhs v shale The economics of oil have changed. Some businesses will go bust, but the market will be healthier http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21635472-economics-oil-have-changed-some-businesses-will-go-bust-market-will-be
THE official charter of OPEC states that the group’s goal is “the stabilisation of prices in international oil markets”. It has not been doing a very good job....
Oil and finance have proved to be the only two industries able to tip the world into recession http://econ.st/1BtlEkx
The Economist – December 6 2014 http://mgzn.me/2014/12/06/the-economist-december-6-2014/
Cheaper oil should act like a shot of adrenalin to global growth http://econ.st/1Bg0K5y
Sheikhs v shale - The new economics of oil. Gefunden in: THE ECONOMIST, Nr. 49/2014
Kerry B. Collison Asia News: The new economics of oil - Sheikhs v shale
OPEC vs USA The Economist Cover Magazine
TUESDAY, June 5, 2012 - Orders for manufactured goods such as computers and electronics declined again in April. The value of new orders fell 0.6% to $465.98 billion, after a downwardly revised 2.1% slide in March, the Commerce Department said. Orders have fallen in three of the past four months. Demand for nondefense capital goods excluding aircraft, a key gauge of business investment, fell 2.1%.
Top 10 Economic Charts of 2012 - Real Time Economics - WSJ
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A look at what the largest and smallest parts of the economy have been, going back to 194
Top 10 Economic Charts of 2012 (source WSJ, via StockTwits)
Top 10 Economic Charts of 2012
Bitcoin: Monetarists Anonymous | The Economist
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Bitcoins - an online currency created by solving problems http://www.rightlinetrading.com/
Bitcoins - an online currency created by solving problems!
Tokyo drift | The Economist
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7 February 2013 91 notes Life in Numbers The Economist Intelligence Unit has released its annual cost-of-living index which uses the weighted average of prices for 160 products and services to compare global cities. No surprise that Tokyo leads the list, but New York jumping 19 places since 2012? Alarming.
The cost of living around the world: Tokyo reclaims its place as the world's most expensive city, from the Economist.
Tokyo drift Feb 7th 2013, 16:25 by Economist.com The cost of living around the world TOKYO has reclaimed its place as the world's most expensive city, according to the latest cost of living index from our sister company, the Economist Intelligence Unit. The Japanese city has ranked first 14 times in the last 20 years; only Zurich (which was first last year thanks to its strong currency), Paris and Oslo have also placed first in this period.
Cost-of-Living Index - The Economist. Tokyo first and São Paulo 43rd of 131 cities
Cost of Living Index (Major Cities) Daily chart: Tokyo drift -The Economist
The Economist Cost of Living Index 131 global cities - Japan most expensive
Chart of cost-of-living in cities around the world | The Economist
東京と大阪の物価レベルと、その他の都市との比較 Daily chart: Tokyo drift | The Economist
Tokyo drift: The cost of living around the world | The Economist
Government Cutbacks Separate This Expansion From Others - Real Time Economics - WSJ
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Inequality and the world economy: True Progressivism | The Economist
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A new form of radical centrist politics is needed to tackle inequality without hurting economic growth
BY THE end of the 19th century, the first age of globalisation and a spate of new inventions had transformed the world economy. But the “Gilded Age” was also a...
Inequality and the world economy: True Progressivism- good for in class discussion
world economy - Google keresés
Daily chart: Danger of death! | The Economist
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Daily chart: Danger of death! | The Economist - death in America and the odds of dying under selected circumstances
Daily chart: Danger of death! | The Economist will make you feel better about how you're going to die. Heart disease, cancer, or something else.
The odds of dying in a given year in the U.S. under selected circumstances via The Economist. [INFOGRAPHIC]
"Death in America" - The odds of dying in a given year under selected circumstances. || from the article: "Air safety" - A crash course in probability. | 29 January 2015, by The Economist
Death in America, The Economist - The Economist created "Death in America," a chart based on 2008 National Safety Council stats which compares ways we are "unlikely to die" in America.
Death in America: The odds of dying in a given year under selected circumstances | The Economist
How Likely Are You to Die From Gun Violence? This Interesting Chart Puts It in Perspective
Daily Chart from The Economist: odds of dying in America from selected circumstances
Daily chart: Americans danger of death infographic | The Economist
Focus: Brand value | The Economist
Brandz Graphic, Perception, Brands Based
Brand value BRANDS are basically a promise. They tell consumers what quality to expect from a product and show off its personality. Firms invest a lot on the image of their brands to foster sales and loyalty
Millward Brown, a market-research company, has published its annual ranking of the world's "most powerful" brands based on consumers' perceptions and the performance of the companies that own them | The Economist
Brand Value | BRANDS are basically a promise. They tell consumers what quality to expect from a product and show off its personality. Firms invest a lot on the image of their brands to foster sales and loyalty. But measuring their value is hard. BrandZ has just published its annual ranking of the world's "most powerful" brands based on consumers' perceptions and the performance of the companies that own them. (21/05/13) ||
Millward Brown, BrandZ graphic of the world's "most powerful" brands
Top global brands.
China's workforce: Will you still need me? | The Economist
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Crunch time: China's #demographics Worth noting the skew of the age range: just 15 to a still young 59. Also worth remembering the scope China still has to improve labour market flexibility and overall productivity.
Data flows highlight the relative decline of the West #paxtechnica
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Internet capacity: Hooking up | The Economist GLOBAL internet traffic continues to soar, according to new data from TeleGeography, a research firm (see chart).
GLOBAL internet traffic continues to soar, according to new data from TeleGeography, a research firm
GLOBAL internet traffic continues to soar, according to new data from TeleGeography, a research firm (see chart). Over the past five years the amount of active...
Internet and technology usage...looks like my life >_< #Nerd #Tech #Graph #Freedom
Internet capacity: Hooking up | The Economist
Internet capacity: Hooking up
Washington Post Data Viz on NSA access points to global info infrastructure
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HOW THE NSA IS INFILTRATING PRIVATE NETWORKS. The NSA, working with its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), secretly taps into the internal networks of Yahoo and Google, the two biggest Internet companies by overall data traffic.
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks By Barton Gellman, Todd Lindeman and Ashkan Soltani, Published: Oct. 30, 2013
Great infographic: "How the #NSA is #infiltrating private networks"
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks - The Washington Post
How It Works 101 - How the NSA is Infiltrating Private Networks.
NSA hacking - an infographic from The Washington Post
How the NSA is spying on Google’s internal network
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks.
% of respondents willing to give up habit/vice for internet, 2012, US, China, Germany, Brazil
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A key part of life: In China, 80 percent of respondents said they'd rather give up fast food than the Internet. 60 percent said they'd give up driving. 40 percent said they'd give up sex. (via The Economist)
What To Do When Attacked by Pirates: The music industry fought the future and created a black market; book publishers tried another tack.
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Piracy: How the music industry shot themselves in the foot and how the book industry learned from that mistake.
What to do when attacked by pirates
Daily chart: Thought for food | The Economist
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FACT: people in poorer countries end up spending a large part of their income on food – close to half in some cases. Check this graphic from The Economist to learn more: http://econ.st/XtijzD
The Economist visualized this dataset to show how much people in selected countries spend on food per week.
Thought for food: How much people in different countries spend on food, from the Economist. Side Note: Hungarians biggest spenders on drinks/smokes.
People in poorer countries end up spending a large part of their income on food – close to half in some cases.
Scroll2Lol.com - Spending on food and alcohol (percentage of total household income, selected countries, 2011)
Do YOU have to spend half your income on food? this chart shows how many people in the world do!
Percent Income Spent on Food and Drink by Country
How Martin Luther went viral.