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Nobel Prize-Winning Economists say end the drug war

According to a new report endorsed by five Nobel Prize-winning economists, the decades-long global war on drugs has failed and it's time to shift the focus from mass incarceration to public health and human rights.

New book says 30 hour work week would be beneficial, and possible

A new book by economists is suggesting that making 30 hours the new normal for a work week would be beneficial, and possible, for workers.

Op-Ed: Economists supporting Yellen despite poor forecasting record

New York - It should be soon that United States President Barack Obama will pick his nominee to succeed Ben Bernanke as Chair of the Federal Reserve.

Leaked Troika report says Greek bailout may well fail

A leaked report from the Troika reveals that the very body responsible for agreeing the bail out loan to Greece, expect it may well fail.

Op-Ed: Why we need more not less ‘unemployment’

The trade unions, the Opposition, and even the Coalition Government make a lot of noise about job protection and job creation, the reality is that Britain and all advanced nations need fewer jobs, not more.

Wall Street Journal: McCain’s Health Care Plan Best for Almost Everyone

According to Robert Carroll of the Wall Street Journal, McCain’s health-care insurance tax credit proposal is most misunderstood but “Almost Everyone Would Do Better Under the McCain Health Plan.”

Economists Endorse Carbon Tax

More than 230 of Canada’s leading economists issued a statement today that agrees with the Green Party tax-shift plan to combat climate change and create an innovative sustainable economy.

Economists Now Warn Recession Could be Worst Since Word War II

Fears of a deep recession are now being echoed by economists and not just American citizens. The current recession could get far worse.

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