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The Future Money System

by xdsoccer117 in Economics, February 7, 2015

Realistic, and better than current money system. Theft and other problems that come with the current money system will be banished forever.

Economic for Women of The World

by twin2flames in Economics, January 7, 2015

When we have a tendency to observe "economic authorisation of women" we should perceivethat the most important drawback that girls face these days is that their work isn’t recognized in the slightest degree. ladies have continually contributed to the society and also the economywithin the type of a aid in agriculture and food production within the developing countries andwithin the type of half time and temporary employees in developed countries.

There is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research

by Bernadette Ontong in Economics, December 1, 2014

Most research is done by using sample data. It can be a very small percentage and vital statistics and conclusions are drawn from it.

Alternative Infrastructure and Economic Development

by Gary C Gibson in Economics, November 30, 2014

Politicians often talk about investing in infrastructure renewal though seldom about investing in new forms of infrastructure technology that isn’t decades old. Better ideas are possible.

How Bitcoin Makes Ediscovery More Difficult

by Lee Ming Zhe in Economics, November 26, 2014

Is Bitcoin a good way to trade? I don’t think so. Take a look here and leave your comment about Bitcoin.


by Easy in Economics, August 31, 2014

Seems everywhere you turn on facebook there happens to be some type of intelligence test which test whether or not a person is a genius or not. Can intelligence really be measured. Do those who exemplify high levels of intelligence have wise spending habits. Some say that it can be measured seemingly one would have to become a bonafide doctoral learner achieving to attain a higher goal a PHd( pretty huge degree) to succom a test of skills and wisdom. Here’s a creative scenario on intelligence.

Case Study on Trade

by Easy in Economics, August 27, 2014

Free Trade and some of the ramifications imposed on conducting business on an international level.

Bitcoin Theft: Canadian Hacker Could be to Blame

by mybloglog in Economics, August 15, 2014

A hacker with access to a Canadian internet provider hijacked net traffic from large foreign networks to steal more than $83,000 US in virtual currency over a four-month period, a cyber security company said Monday.

A Statutory Corporation Has The Following Advantages

by Madugundu Krishna in Economics, August 15, 2014

The service conditions of employees are better than those of government servants. There is greater incentive for hard work and performance.

Self Hate

by akilah in Economics, August 15, 2014

I am my own worst enemy.

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