Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Chinese Economy by D Malik

Huge thank you to Daniyal Malik for this blog entry: If there is one thing that can be learned from not-so-recent economic history, it is that the economic cycle is usually that: a cycle. A bust follows a boom; a … Continue reading

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Remembering Nelson Mandela’s Unsung Economic Legacy

Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95, was the most important leader in South Africa’s history and one of the global giants of his time. What people often overlook, however, is the role Mandela played in building up Africa’s … Continue reading

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China’s Environment: How Economic Growth Is Strangling Sustainability

For anyone who didn’t attend the society meeting today, here’s the presentation that Ashna and I gave and the notes that we used to deliver it. It’s got a wealth of information on the fascinating and extremely relevant topic of … Continue reading

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