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World's most expensive cities, 2019. 1. Singapore (tied) 1. Paris (tied) 1. Hong Kong (tied) 4. Zurich 5. Geneva 5. Osaka 7. Seoul 7. Copenhagen 7. New York 10. Tel Aviv 10. Los Angeles (Economist Intelligence Unit)

The most useful language for English speakers to learn, according to an economist

"I started with economics when I realised that it could change the world." Listen to an interview with this year's Laureate in Economic Sciences Esther Duflo speaking about why she decided to become an economist and the role of economics today.

Nobel Prize–Winning Economist on How to Solve the ‘Nastiest, Hardest Problem’ in Retirement

The data confirms it — other parents really do judge your choices for your child. An economist explains. In partnership with @UBS 

A Nobel Prize-winningeconomist on why non-compete agreements are a problem

Don’t miss your chance to hear @USDA  chief economistRobert Johansson discuss Midwest#Agriculture  and the Environment on November 20. Registration closes today.

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Alexander Zevin does not actually say the post-war Economist has been a market-fundamentalist lickspittle of Western intelligence agencies, but that is the politely expressed drift

Join the New York Fed as a Research Economist: Applications for Ph.D. positions with a summer–fall 2020 start date are now being accepted. To ensure proper consideration, please apply online by November 29, 2019: #econtwitter  #econjobmarket  #economist 

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Read more about the future of the international monetary system from our interview with HarvardeconomistEmmanuel Farhi in the new #EconFocus 

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"There is no reason to fear low-skilled migration." Nobel prize-winning economistEsther Duflo says "the effect of low-skilled migration on low-skilled wages is zero".

Which first lady wore the role best? Anna Wintour talks politics and fashion with @annemcelvoy  on “The Economist asks” podcast

Peter Morici, Economist: Tariffs will not impact American consumers that much because the Chinese currency has gone down, which gives our importers a discount. Importers can find suppliers outside of China. Absolutely worth it, we don’t want to be servants to the Chinese! This...

Economist/YouGov Poll: should House try to impeach Trump? 50% yes 39% no if House impeaches, should Senate remove Trump from office? 51% yes 39% no

“The reality is, with the Tariffs, the economy has grown more rapidly in the United States and much more slowly in China.” Peter Morici, Former Economist'>Chief Economist, USITC

It is my pleasure to announce that , a very respected Economist, will be nominated to serve on the Fed Board. I have known Steve for a long time – and have no doubt he will be an outstanding choice!

after Trump tweets, top GOP economistGreg Mankiw tells me: "From the beginning, I was skeptical Donald Trump had what it takes to be an effective president and steward of the economy. His treatment of the Fed and our trading partners has removed any doubt about that judgment."

Just returning from Orlando and Doral (Miami), Florida, and heading to the Oval Office, where I will present the great Economist, Dr. Arthur Laffer, with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Post-Charlottesville covers of The Economist, The New Yorker and TIME.

Steve Moore, a great pro-growth economist and a truly fine person, has decided to withdraw from the Fed process. Steve won the battle of ideas including Tax Cuts....

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