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Venezuela confirms recession, highest inflation in AmericasReuters: Economic News | December 30, 2014CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela confirmed on Tuesday it had entered a recession while inflation remained the highest in the Americas, and President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government blamed...[FULL STORY]
Olympic Medal Forecast Post-MortemRealTime Economic Issues Watch | August 24, 2016In the spirit of the Olympic games, I used some statistical models last month to produce medal count forecasts for Rio 2016 . An emerging scandal involving Russian state-sponsored doping and the resultant uncertainty about which Russian athletes would be allowed to compete forced...[FULL STORY]
Should college come with a money-back guarantee?Brookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | August 24, 2016This fall, colleges across the country will enroll roughly 3 million new students. For many of these students and their families, college will...[FULL STORY]
Inspectors knockThe Economist: Asia | August 18, 2016TO BECOME a Japanese citizen, a foreigner must display “good conduct”, among other things. The rules do not specify what that means, and make no mention of living wafu (Japanese-style). But for one candidate, at least, it involved officials looking in his fridge and inspecting his children’s toys to...[FULL STORY]
Crimes and no punishmentThe Economist: Middle East and Africa | August 18, 2016IT BEGAN with an argument over money, says a resident of Karam village in Minya. A shop-owner called Ashraf, a Coptic Christian, could not pay his Muslim...[FULL STORY]
Belize blazes a trailThe Economist: The Americas | August 18, 2016TINY Belize is having a moment of global fame. Simone Biles, the United States’ spring-loaded gold-medal gymnast, is also a citizen of the Caribbean state. Human-rights advocates, meanwhile, are more excited...[FULL STORY]
Integration panicThe Economist: Europe | August 18, 2016Clash of civilisations?
EVEN by their own exacting standards, Germans are experiencing a lot of Angst this summer. They are still jittery after aseries of terrorist attacks in July, including two by Muslim refugees. They...[FULL STORY]
Free Trade and BurpeesLarry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | August 23, 2016I’m bothered that people don’t see trade the same way I do. Despite the fact that trade is highly multidimensional, people still focus on just one part – the trade deficit in goods. The trade deficit in goods is the telling figure to most...[FULL STORY]
Mish Moved Off Blogger to MishTalk.Com - For Email Alerts Please Sign Up Again on MishTalk!Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 20, 2016I announced on February 22 Goodbye Blogger, Hello WordPress: Mish's GlobalEconomicAnalysis has Moved to MishTalk.Com. My needs outgrew blogger.The top reason is that...[FULL STORY]
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