Economics

Economics is the social science that studies how people interact with value; in particular, the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.Economics focuses on the behaviour and interactions of economic agents and how economies work. Microeconomics analyzes basic elements in the economy, including individual agents and markets, their interactions, and the outcomes of interactions. Individual agents may include, for example, households, firms, buyers, and sellers. Macroeconomics analyzes the economy as a system where production, consumption, saving, and investment interact, and factors affecting it: employment of the resources of labour, capital, and land, currency inflation, economic growth, and public policies …

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Greens/EFA: The Greens/European Free Alliance · 3 August 2024 English

A study by Martin Sas, KU Leuven, Centre for IT & IP Law, Leuven, Belgium Jan Tobias Mühlberg, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Ecole Polytechnique,Brussels, Belgium

Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science; she is a leading British or not.” Sonia Livingstone (London School of Economics): “If a child says ‘I’m a child’ and then the


WRI: World Resources Institute · 5 July 2024 English

Diners increasingly say they want to eat healthier, more sustainable diets. But it can be hard to change old habits. WRI’s "Food Service Playbook for Promoting Sustainable Food Choices" gives …

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WRI: World Resources Institute · 3 June 2024 English

This paper describes the methods for updating the Spatial Database of Planted Trees (SDPT) in three areas: boundaries, to spatially differentiate planted forests and tree crops from natural and seminatural …

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Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 18 May 2024 English

designing buildings stopped wanting it, influenced […] The post Why Did We Stop Building Beautiful? The Economics and Ideology Behind an Aesthetic Revolution appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTIO

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Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 18 May 2024 English

That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column. Here is one bit: South Korea, which has the world’s lowest total fertility rate — just above 0.7, far below the …


Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 18 May 2024 English

Here is a very good Substack post by Oliver Kim, here is the key paragraph: Intuitively, poorer countries have more of their labor forces and consumption baskets tied up in …


Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 18 May 2024 English

This paper investigate the formation of inflation expectations using Large Language Models (LLMs) based on different text data. Employing a new experimental design, I integrate generative AI with economic analysis …


IFS: Institute for Fiscal Studies · 17 May 2024

The script stressed the rights of women and girls; the costs of early marriage in terms of health and education for both the young married couple and their children and …

We thank audiences at the Stanford King Center Economics of Violence and Harrassment Against Women Conference Luxembourg Gender and Economics Workshop 2023 and the EUDN PhD Workshop on Development Economics 2023 (Stockholm (Stockholm School of Economics). This research was funded by ESRC-DFID Grant No: ES/N014650/1, Oxfam Novib and 103(484):1481–1495. Anderson, S. (2007). The economics of dowry and brideprice. Journal of Economic Perspectives intergenerational investment. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 135(2):1095– 1151. Ashraf, N., Field, E., and


Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 17 May 2024 English

WHO estimates that as many as 1 in 6 individuals of reproductive age worldwide are affected by infertility. This paper uses rich administrative population-wide data from Sweden to construct and …


Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 17 May 2024 English

The typical plasma donor was younger than 35, did not hold a bachelor’s degree, earned a lower income and had a lower credit score than most Americans. Donors sold plasma …


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