Author:  Reading World Books  |  :  Sep 10, 2021  |  :   banking, economicmodelling, economics, money

This upper-level undergraduate textbook, now in its second editon, approaches monetary economics using the classical paradigm of rational agents in a market setting. Too often monetary economics has been taught as a collection of facts about existing institutions for ...

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Author:  Reading World Books  |  :  Sep 10, 2021  |  :   business, economics

More than 100,000 copies sold in its first 2 editions; Over 93,000 students enrolled; Translated into 12 languages; Corresponds to standard college economics courses; Use with most macroeconomics texts; Includes a new chapter on economic growth.

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Author:  Reading World Books  |  :  Sep 4, 2021  |  :   business, contracts, economics, procurement

I want you to celebrate your progress one day at a time. This journal is dedicated to business owners who want to track their progress in competing for government contracts. I want you to take daily action steps to improve your chances of winning a government contract. ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Jan 19, 2020  |  :   computer-science, economics, emacs, learning-center, linux, text-editors |  Updated:    Mar 18, 2021

Updated March 18, 2021 Loading Emacs Emacs users write custom code for their software. Each ‘configuration’ can be highly individualized. Because some custom configurations take longer to load than others, Emacs users like to minimize and measure their ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 25, 2018  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, stock-market, trends-global

Natural sciences in usual circumstances are wonderfully predictable; what goes up must come down. Economists since Walras have been promoting the profitable illusion that economics is a natural science. Today, more than anytime in history, that charade is obviously ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Jan 30, 2016  |  :   business, computer-science, data-firm, data-science, economics, learning-center, politics

What is economic policy? If economics can be described as the study of the allocation of scarce resources among agents, economic policy can be described as the public rules and regulations that guide that allocation. Wherever a society is governed with laws, there will ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Jan 19, 2016  |  :   computer-science, data-firm, data-science, economics, learning-center, macroeconomics, trade

What is macroeconomics Macroeconomics is the field of economics that deals with aggregated quantities. Microeconomics, for example, might deal with firm level economics, while macroeconomics might deal with aggregate firms level economics, the economics of all the firms ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 26, 2015  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, opinion, trends-global

US indicators out this week, like the Chicago PMI and the CPI estimates, support both sides of a US turn-around, the output side and the consumption side. Yet still the FED, though widely expected to raise rates in the summer, remains tight-lipped about it, downplaying ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Mar 28, 2013  |  :   academic, economics, finance, macroeconomics, research, trade

Abstract This report analyzes EU-wide public procurement markets and market segments through modelling of the EU’s Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) data, among other sources, as well as the critical legal elements of the emerging EU-wide public procurement regime. ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Dec 7, 2012  |  :   academic, economics, finance, macroeconomics, research, trade

Abstract An analysis of procurement laws and statistics at the major levels of government across Canada. Data collection, wrangling, modelling, research, writing, and editing by Yuri Tricys, among others. Author and Director of research, Kurt Hubner. Download EU ...

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