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From the Editor Business Economics (2022) 57:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-022-00253-8 EDITORIAL Charles Steindel Published online: 7 February 2022 © National Association for Business Economics 2022 This issue starts with Manuel Balmaseda’s NABE Presidential changes in the world’s energy map: the revival of the US as Address. Balmaseda emphasizes that a business economist a major player in oil and gas, Russia and China’s attempts to must be a generalist: not only knowledgeable about technical use their stature as energy suppliers and consumers for politi- economics, but also on top of current and looming issues. cal advantage, and the pressures created by climate change. Possibly the key skillset is communications–explaining our Brad Garratt reviews Fabian Schär and Aleksander Ber- findings (telling a story) in a way persuasive to each audience. entsen’s book on digital currencies. He praises it as a com- To these traditional attributes, there is the need to take into prehensive guide and overview to this rapidly emerging account global, rather than local, circumstances and issues. realm, which is so puzzling to so many of us. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been puz- Daniel Levine’s review is of Stephen Koonin’s book on zling shifts in the US labor market. A multi-authored arti- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

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Business Economics (2022) 57:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-022-00253-8 EDITORIAL Charles Steindel Published online: 7 February 2022 © National Association for Business Economics 2022 This issue starts with Manuel Balmaseda’s NABE Presidential changes in the world’s energy map: the revival of the US as Address. Balmaseda emphasizes that a business economist a major player in oil and gas, Russia and China’s attempts to must be a generalist: not only knowledgeable...
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Business Economics (2022) 57:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-022-00253-8 EDITORIAL Charles Steindel Published online: 7 February 2022 © National Association for Business Economics 2022 This issue starts with Manuel Balmaseda’s NABE Presidential changes in the world’s energy map: the revival of the US as Address. Balmaseda emphasizes that a business economist a major player in oil and gas, Russia and China’s attempts to must be a generalist: not only knowledgeable about technical use their stature as energy suppliers and consumers for politi- economics, but also on top of current and looming issues. cal advantage, and the pressures created by climate change. Possibly the key skillset is communications–explaining our Brad Garratt reviews Fabian Schär and Aleksander Ber- findings (telling a story) in a way persuasive to each audience. entsen’s book on digital currencies. He praises it as a com- To these traditional attributes, there is the need to take into prehensive guide and overview to this rapidly emerging account global, rather than local, circumstances and issues. realm, which is so puzzling to so many of us. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been puz- Daniel Levine’s review is of Stephen Koonin’s book on zling shifts in the US labor market. A multi-authored arti-

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