Krugman Says Financial Stimulus Was Success and Disaster.
We are now just beginning to pick ourselves up out of the dust vis a vis the Great Recession brought on by the recent housing crash.
– By Dan Weil (2014) Continue reading
India needs investment to be a global education superpower
PTI Feb 8, 2014, 10.43PM IST…India needs investment to be a global education superpower…BANGALORE: Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan today said India’s goal of becoming a global education superpower and its continued strong economic growth cannot be achieved without significant investment and effort. Continue reading
U.S. Economy Stuck…The United States economy is in trouble. Employment is the backbone of any economy, and there are three reasons jobs today just ain’t as sweet as they used to be. Here’s why Americans are getting paid less, getting fired, or are just giving up altogether. Continue reading
Is 3D Printing the Start of a New Industrial Revolution? The new industrial revolution in 3D is here. It’s called 3D printing. It makes factory owners out of millions and millions of people and possibly put an end to the mass-production and standardization that are the warp and woof of the Industrial Age. Continue reading
Amtrak’s New Locomotives…Amtrak’s new locomotives are here.
How will they help to boost train travel in the Untied States? Continue reading
Asian Americans’ corporate struggle,..the so-called “model minority” is often denied deserved promotions in top companies, Asian Americans often have to struggle to advance in the upper echelons of the corporate world. Continue reading
Many of us tend to take it for granted and we regard it as something that is iinevitable – much like the weather, death and taxes. Is this really the case, or is money just a particular historical phenomenon whose “time has come?” Continue reading
“We Are Stronger Than We Think”…a Prescription for America by Ted Unarce…in We Are Stronger Than We Think (watch video) by Ted Unarce, the causes and effects of the Great Recession are examined and solutions are suggested for repairing the damage done by this monster-sized economic downturn. Continue reading
Can the Black Income Gap Be Reversed in the United States? It is almost a socioeconomic axiom in America that black people are poorer than other Americans. Since racism took hold on an official basis in 17th century colonial America, Black people have been institutionally as well as personally blocked from attaining material security. Continue reading