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A Global Business Economist should look at the world as it is, not as it ought to be. We need to be mind-readers, anticipating questions to come and pre-emptively searching for answers. Global interactions are making economic analysis increasingly complex. We must incorporate these linkages into...
A panel discusses ongoing and prospective developments in the US labor market. Michael Horrigan points out that job losses in the COVID recession were heavily concentrated among women, minorities, and less-educated workers. In turn, these groups have shown less progress regaining jobs, and many...
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