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1 We do not comment on national economics.
2 A: We do not comment on national economics.
3 We should be addressing the question of poverty not just from economics, but because dealing with equity and social justice is right.
4 If someone had told me seven years ago, in my final year of a business and economics degree, that I'd now be living without money, I'd have probably choked on my TV dinner.
5 I attended Peking University and received my bachelor's degree in Economics.
6 But its tactics have enraged competitors, who complain their new rival is out to destroy the economics of entire industries.
7 An excellent physicist once observed that in physics, Nobel Prizes are awarded for being correct while in economics they are often awarded for being brilliant.
8 In this era of globalization, the fate of the Doha negotiation extends beyond trade and traditional economics.
9 Of ALL the economic bubbles that have been pricked, few have burst more spectacularly than the reputation of economics itself.
10 This must be the most conservative and anti-reform economic programme we have had in the past 40 years," says Sweder van Wijnbergen, professor of economics at the University of Amsterdam.
11 dissects the distorted origin of accounting information from economics theory.
12 Wolfson economics prize invites the submission of ideas for the orderly exit of one or more members of the euro zone.
13 In Home Economics, our teacher had us plan the perfect wedding and the perfect reception, right down to the throwing of rice and driving away in a limousine.
14 every year in college, he got the lowest marks in economics.
15 So we ranked the past ten years' CEAs by the average quality of the economics departments where their senior economists got their PhDs.
16 Economics has made me hungry for the practical results of research and learning. No doubt many of you at this great university share that hunger.
17 question is mischievously posed, and ingeniously answered, in a recent post on "YouNotSneaky", an economics blog.
18 finance theory is based on — and much of economics is based on — the idea that people want to maximize the expected utility of their wealth.
19 Options-based software economics draws analogies from the financial markets: short iterations that deliver running software are seen as real options.
20 His instinct for rational economics has turned him from a protectionist into a champion of free trade.
21 Enlightened government of the left, combining market economics with effective social policy, would not be a bad thing.
22 My economics tutor says that I should be studying harder if I want to do well in my exams.
23 Joaquin Almunia, the EU's economics commissioner, seems relaxed about the new German government's plans for tax cuts, though they were not part of his reckoning.
24 To allay such fears, joaquin Almunia, the European Union's economics commissioner, said this week there was a "solution" in place for euro-zone members that run into trouble.
25 But in the case of the economics profession, the big winners are not Asian but European.
26 But Gary Adams, the vice-president of economics and policy analysis for the National Cotton Council, reckons that the high prices were mostly due to fundamentals.
27 Modern economics and technology allows Chinese, Brazilian and American consumers to buy the wares of a London firm.
28 This paper reexamines the first Chinese magazine Eastern western Monthly magazine initiated by western missionaries from the Angle of economics.
29 authors, from the London School of Economics (LSE), reckon people whose asylum claims have been rejected but who have not returned home account for most of the growth.
30 Obama's recent efforts to remind Americans that the Republicans were proposing to sacrifice the middle-class Americans, yet again, in the name of failed trickle-down economics.