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economist

a specialist in economics
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Headquartered in London, The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs.
In fact the economist Avner Greif has shown how specific cultures can influence economic decisions in different cultural contexts.
Right now, we're calling it a soft landing," said UCLA senior economist Christopher Thornberg, who wrote the state outlook.
Economists generally expect these so-called thick markets to form better predictions than do thin markets, which have fewer traders.
If so, then protection against musical 'piracy' just comes down to protecting monopoly positions: something economists usually oppose, and with reason.
ECONOMISTS ARE THE ORACLES of our age, bestowing their wisdom on a world confronted with the dizzying choices of globalization.
and former Chief International Trade Advisor and Chief Economist for the Senate Finance Committee
There is a grain of truth in the Ottawa joke that the main difference between a dead economist and a dead cat in Ottawa is the skid marks in front of the cat.
Sachs urges his fellow economists to undertake "clinical economics" to alleviate poverty, diagnosing social ills and prescribing the medicines that address the particular symptoms of a particular economy (and society).
Our apps are also a great way for new readers to sample The Economist, with a number of free articles each week selected by the editor.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-November 19, 2010-The Economist Group launches its flagship title on two new apps(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
El-Amine said GBC KSA, a licensee of the Gray Business Communications' parent company with offices in Riyadh and Beirut, will play an active role in supporting The Economist Group's growth across the region.