An economist is a practitioner in the social science discipline of economics. The individual may also study, develop, and apply theories and concepts from economics and write about economic policy. Within this field there are many sub-fields, ranging from the broad philosophical theories to the focused study of minutiae within specific markets, macroeconomic analysis, microeconomic analysis or financial statement analysis, involving analytical methods and tools such as econometrics, statistics, economics computational models, financial economics, mathematical finance and mathematical economics.



Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 25 November 2023 English

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Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 24 November 2023 English

The staggering success of Brexit in transforming Britain’s economic prospects has been such that in his Autumn Statement speech the Chancellor mentioned it, well, just once, and that to refer …

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Archbridge Institute · 22 November 2023 English

American Dream or are well on their way to doing so. Yet, despite public opinion, research from economists like Raj Chetty insists that […] The post Care About Economic Mobility? Who Deserves Your 2024

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INET Oxford: Institute for New Economic Thinking · 22 November 2023 English

In particular, the considerable reduction in strong opposition toward carbon taxation (both initially and in the follow-up) – representing an upward shift in the lower end of the policy preference …

cornerstone of ef- fective climate policy mixes by many economists (Blanchard et al., 2023). Yet, in most countries the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 10, 903–945. ANDRE, P., T. BONEVA, F. CHOPRA

RAND Corporation · 21 November 2023 English

The U.S.-China rivalry is intensifying, causing mistrust and stifling the impacts of Track 1.5 and Track 2 dialogues. The authors of this report review the status of U.S.-China relations, the …

bi-annual Track 2 dialogue that brings together economists, economic thinkers, and business leaders from

Washington Center for Equitable Growth · 21 November 2023 English

Does increasing taxes on businesses reduce private-sector investment? Most economists agree that investment in new projects and technologies is a key driver of economic growth. While the tax code plays

businesses reduce private-sector investment? Most economists agree that investment in new projects and technologies

Fraser Institute · 21 November 2023

welfare) is regarded as the quintessential example of government helping the poor. The main concern of economists is that the way the welfare system is structured, employment (at least for modest wage jobs) is

PCNS: Policy Center for the New South · 21 November 2023 English

After the global financial crisis of 2008, the belief grew among inhabitants of several advanced countries that globalization and the transfer of industrial jobs to Asia—or immigration, in some cases—was …

manufacturing industry, according to studies by economists at the U.S. Federal Reserve. In addition, the

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 21 November 2023 English

Urgent and aggressive action to cut greenhouse gas emissions this decade is needed. As countries take stock of the Paris Agreement, this Note provides IMF staff’s annual assessment of global …

innovation in new technologies (Annex 2 discusses why economists emphasize carbon pricing; Black and others [2022b] | Staff Climate Note 26 Annex 2. Why Economists Emphasize Carbon Pricing Governments have a single instrument. As a result, it is favored by economists as the most desirable instrument for decarbonization

Cato Institute · 20 November 2023

In their new book, We’ve Got You Covered: Rebooting American Health Care, economists Liran Einav (Stanford University) and John Bates Clark Medal winner Amy Finkelstein (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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