The tiny Himalayan kingdom, Bhutan, does not measure its progress by GDP; it uses Gross National Happiness (GNH). Now the idea of GNH is attracting global attention as a sustainable way to progress.
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Creativity, innovation and design skills are the key forces in the global economy.... bringing change to culture and lifestyle
It was the morning of what became known as 'The Battle of Waterloo' which was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815, and Napoleon was preparing to engage Wellington in what became the decisive battle of the 1800's, and the...
It is true that economics uses scientific methods in gathering data, formulating theories or principles, and in making conclusions. However, there are limitations such as the biases and values of those who get the...
Developing countries are riddled with societal problems—from excessive poverty, to corrupt governments, to insufficient education systems, and to poor health care, the road to development for these countries is...
Branches of Economics Economics has two branches: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics is the branch of economics that deals with the personal decisions of consumers and entrepreneurs. Its...
Remember those old communist countries, where you could vote for anything you liked, as long as it was communist? Here in Britain we can vote for anything we like as long as it’s neoliberalism.
Beyond the impressive reports that show a growing economy and improve standard of living is another side of China's economic "success" story. There are signs of failure and cracks in the state-planned economy...
This article contains the most comprehensive video on the imminent change of the current financial system. Rejoice the inevitable changes.
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