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Looking Back at the Supply Chain Woes

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In the rapidly evolving landscape of business and technology, leaders are constantly seeking innovative ways to streamline processes, boost efficiency, and unlock new opportunities.

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Some Economics of Dominant Superstar Firms

A range of evidence suggests that in recent decades, the leading firms in a given industry have attained a more dominant position than in the past.

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative Reaches the Debt Bailout Stage

When China’s Belt and Road Initiative was announced a decade ago in 2013, it had an appealing intuition behind it.

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Why US Citizens Should Not Accept 3% Inflation

The recent University of Michigan survey’s reading of one-year inflation expectations rose to 3.4% in July from 3.3% in June.

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Poland Since 1938: Into a Planned Economy and Back Again

In 1939, Poland was invaded on both sides: by Germany from the west and by the Soviet Union from the East.

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