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Insects and Hydroponics For Africa (and Elsewhere?)

As the world population rises toward a projected high of 9.7 billion in the mid-2060s, there are questions of how to feed that population.

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Each year, India’s Ministry of Finance publishes an overview of the economy.

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Can Biden Flaunt the Strongest Growth in Four Decades?

I was surprised to see a tweet from President Biden showing the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the United States for 2021 compared to the average GDP growth under other presidents.

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Some Economics of Stablecoins

A “stablecoin” is a kind of cryptocurrency.

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The Slowdown in Agricultural Productivity Growth

Agricultural productivity growth is of central importance. In many of the lowest-income parts of the world, a majority of the local population is involved in subsistence farming.

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Sectoral Training: Does it Work?

The idea of “sectoral training” is that everyone needs skills for a well-paid career, but not everyone needs or wants to acquire those skills by getting a four-year undergraduate degree.

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How Interest Rate Hikes May Trigger a Recession

The history of economic development cannot be understood without the importance of recession periods.

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