Home / Economics

Economics

Rounding up European AI policies and developments

Europe continues to embrace policies around artificial intelligence across its member nations. After years of discussions and documents created for the European Parliament and social groups, the European Commission last year published the strategy document, “Comprehensive European Industrial Policy on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.” The document deals with technological, ethical, …

Read More »

Top Global Risks of 2020: Trade Wars | Global Risk Intelligence

JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects experts and their content with broader audiences of professionals, journalists and associations. This Privacy Policy describes how JD Supra, LLC (“JD Supra” or “we,” “us,” or “our”) collects, uses and shares personal data collected from visitors to our website (located at …

Read More »

As its covid-19 epidemic slows, China tries to get back to work

Feb 25th 2020 YIWU FacebookTwitterLinkedIn IF CHINA IS the world’s factory, Yiwu International Trade City is the factory’s showroom. It is the world’s biggest wholesale market, spacious enough to fit 770 football pitches, with stalls selling everything from leather purses to motorcycle mufflers. On February 24th, as is customary for …

Read More »

David Card: Debunking myths about the value of education

David Card, the Class of 1950 Professor of Economics, has been selected to give the 2020 Martin Meyerson Berkeley Faculty Research Lecture on Monday, March 2. In an era of financial insecurity and cultural tension, a dystopian vision of university education has gained traction in the United States: The cost …

Read More »

Goldman Slashes Oil Price Forecast By $10

Just days after OPEC slashed its oil demand forecast as a result of the slowdown in China’s economy due to the Covid-19, moments ago Goldman has doubled down on its bearish oil take and has cut its oil price target by $10 to $53 in Q1 through the end of …

Read More »

Why Institutions Are Important in Economics

(Mike Segar/Reuters) They promote and embody knowledge, practices, and norms that don’t show up in statistics. Institutions matter. In his latest book, A Time to Build, Yuval Levin outlines the importance of institutions for providing cultural structure. He offers a handy definition of institutions: “the durable forms of our common …

Read More »

300-101   400-101   300-320   300-070   300-206   200-310   300-135   300-208   810-403   400-050   640-916   642-997   300-209   400-201   200-355   352-001   642-999   350-080   MB2-712   400-051   C2150-606   1Z0-434   1Z0-146   C2090-919   C9560-655   642-64   100-101   CQE   CSSLP   200-125   210-060   210-065   210-260   220-801   220-802   220-901   220-902   2V0-620   2V0-621   2V0-621D   300-075   300-115   AWS-SYSOPS   640-692   640-911   1Z0-144   1z0-434   1Z0-803   1Z0-804   000-089   000-105   70-246   70-270   70-346   70-347   70-410