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Vincent Benziger is a fascinating economic historian. In this piece, he continues exploring geography's bearing on economic growth. Being islands strongly affected growth in Japan and England, he argues. He supports his case well.
Do not expect predictable answers in our piece on what to do to answer the social security crunch. Marianne Ferber, Patricia Simpson, and Vanessa Rouillon think spousal benefits should be eliminated so that wives do not become dependent on husbands. But they also believe that earnings of the...
How did Americans view the state of their nation last year? Robert Blendon and John Benson summarize the results of some fifty surveys over the years that cover a range of economic and social issues. At the end of 2005, a large majority of Americans thought the economy was not faring well. Most...
The authors argue that multinational corporations have contributed and can continue to contribute enormously to the reduction of global poverty. The authors grant that public corporations exist to maximize value for their shareholders. But with the creation of a new institution, the authors...
The International Monetary Fund has imposed its traditional policies in Iraq. Few have considered the consequences. But the author notes that business as usual will probably not work in Iraq, and may well be destructive. He also wonders why there is so little imagination at the IMF.
Our first article on novel solutions for social security involves investing the current surplus in higher income securities. The author has an intriguing proposition.
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