Disequilibrium

Memories of September 11 | Law, Politics –

I was at work as the Director of Information Technology Policy for only four months on September 11, 2001. It was a time when people from a wide variety of disciplines found themselves in IT. “Get in the pool and start swimming,” he advised me when I told him I …

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Buhari mismanaged Nigeria’s diversity – ABC Nwosu

Old Health Minister Professor ABC Nwosu said the myriad of challenges facing the nation were a consequence of Nigeria’s mismanagement of diversity under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. In an interview with VINCENT KALU, the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) BoT member advised the government to dust off the …

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Evolutionary behavioral economics – NewsDay Zimbabwe

By Vince Musewe IN my article last week, I shared insights on the economics of complexity and suggested that our economy has become a complex, adaptive and dynamic system, where it is inherently difficult to prescribe or predict outcomes and outcomes. responses to particular economic policy changes. It is characterized …

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Debt Limit Doesn’t Just Affect U.S. Money Markets

(Bloomberg) – The liquidity glut in U.S. money markets that is affecting short-term dollar borrowing costs appears to be spreading to the country’s northern border. In June, foreigners invested about C $ 18.8 billion (US $ 14.9 billion) in Canadian money market instruments, the month with the highest amount of …

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2 years later: uncertainty over the valley

2 years later: uncertainty over the valley Mohamed Sayid Malik The political imbalance triggered across Jammu and Kashmir by the political-constitutional implosion of August 5, 2019 continues to produce tremors in various spheres of public life. The ordinary citizen is bewildered and frightened by the flood of torrential daily official …

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