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Hard Keynesianism in the European Union

John Quiggin and I have a piece on the eurozone mess in the new issue of <i>Foreign Affairs.</i> The piece is subscriber-only, but we’re allowed to post it …

Stunning Satellite Images Show A Changing Globe

Google has released a stunning cache of satellite images that show how the globe has changed in recent decades. Thursday's announcement came from the search giant's official blog:<p>"Working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, we're releasing more than a quarter-century of images of …

Research & Analysis

Financial Analysts Journal<p>View articles from the leading practitioner journal in the investment management community.<p>CFA Institute Research Foundation<p>…

Multimedia

New Study Says You Can Predict The Stock Market With Google!

But new research finds the financial world doesn't just respond to the Internet; the Internet can also predict what the stock market will do. The research isn't the first to find such online clairvoyance. For example, Google may even be able to predict medication side effects before doctors can, …

Stock Markets

Federal Reserve Clashes With European Central Bank Over Bank Capital Reserves

At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, foreign banks, instead of American banks, were the biggest recipient of funds from the Federal Reserve …

U.S. dollar drops; pound gains 1% after GDP report

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The British pound rallied above $1.54 on Thursday, after a better-than-expected reading on economic growth showed the U.K. …

Economics

The secret to a higher salary is to ask for nothing at all

Twenty years ago, I developed a powerful approach to negotiating that goes beyond “win-win.” It involves starting by offering the most and asking for the least. It works extremely well, but I was unable to explain why until I read Wharton professor Adam Grant’s excellent new book <i>Give and Take</i>.<p>Adam …

Employment