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Bronwyn Howell: Government broadband investment policy and the...

In 1987, scholar Robert Solow famously quipped that you can see thecomputerage everywhere but in theproductivitystatistics. Since then, considerable academic effort has been exerted in order to either explain or bury the so-called computer ... Benton Foundation, 1 month ago

Obama won the Jewish vote without winning over the pro-Israel mainstream

(Clockwise from top left: JTA; ; Israeli Government Press Office; Peter Duke) WASHINGTON ( JTA ) Fraught record on issues of race and anti-Semitism? Check. Much-hyped meeting to get Benjamin Netanyahu's hechsher? Check. Stirring speech at ...
 JTA2 days ago
Counter Currents

Amelie The Amoeba: How Things Grow

This academic year, I gave a lesson on the growth mechanism of complex systems. It is a fascinating subject that can be applied to several fields, from biology to economics. Since the students I was talking to were not specializing in complex ...
 Counter Currents1 day ago

Juncture 23.3 What lies ahead: 12 predictions for 2017

2016 blew other recent years out of the water for political, economic, social and environmental turbulence. Amid 2017's apparently bleak landscape of rising nationalism, a refugee crisis, continued war and terrorism, and the warmest year on record, ...
 ippr1 week ago

Making work for ourselves

In 1929 John Maynard Keynes predicted that by 2029 people in the developed nations could enjoy a perfectly civilised standard of living while working for 16 hours a week. His hope was for our precious hours of extra leisure to be devoted to such ...
 Spectator Australia1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Ideological macroeconomics and rising inequality

Macroe­conomi­c theori­es deeply affect the lives of everyb­ody on the planet­ The writer is vice-chancellor of the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. He holds a PhD in Economics from Stanford University and blogs at ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Obama's Stand-Up Economist

It's the day after the first presidential debate, and ­Austan Goolsbee is working in his office at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. It's adorned with a few key mementos of a remarkable time in his life: in 2010, at age 41, ...
 Technology Review1 month ago

HEICO's (HEI) CEO Laurans Mendelson on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

HEICO Corporation (NYSE: HEI ) Q4 2016 Earnings Conference Call December 14, 2016 9:00 AM ET Executives Laurans Mendelson - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Eric Mendelson - Co-President and President-HEICO's Flight Support Group ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago

In India, washing machines top computers in popularity

A majority of Indian households own a TV while 29% own a refrigerator, according to the ICE 360° survey In his 2010 bestselling book, 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism, Cambridge University economist Ha-Joon Chang made a somewhat ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Recoding Privacy Law: Reflections on the Future Relationship Among Law, Technology, and Privacy

The history of privacy is deeply intertwined with the history of technology. A wealth of scholarly literature tracks and demonstrates how privacy as a normative concept has evolved in light of new information and communication technologies since the ...
 Harvard Law Review1 month ago
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