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Hi Everyone, This is the thumbnail to my video 'Game Theory - Triple Threat'. This video looks at how cooperation can be used to succeed against stronger opponents. The full video is available at: goo.gl/SJxsLD.

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Why is Gold considered so Precious and Valuable? Gold Never Changes its Value, Currencies Do. Amanda Van Dyke, Fund Manager & Gold and Mining Analyst comment...

From the nigeria bureau of statistics (NBS), unemployment/underemployment is 13.9% in the Q1 of 2017.whats the economic implications??? ... See MoreSee Less

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Alex Peekimplication on what specifically? every phenomena affects the entire world in millions of ways. i can tell you for sure this won't be good for the families of the unemployed.

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AoA dear i am new in this group is anybodythere who can guide me i have a interview for Ms Economics on Thursday please guide me which type of question maybe asked in interview??? ... See MoreSee Less

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MZeeshan MeeraWhich uni

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Khalid GoharUr introduction. Ur favourite subject Ur research area Why this institute or university etc

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Keynes said "In the long run we are all dead" what he meant with this sentence? ... See MoreSee Less

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Kaushal DalmiaActually we will not there to enjoy the benefit in long run...

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Phon Sophatwe get nothing in long run.

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Shahin Khaliddon't try to judge the death!it's the end of economics as well as the economist!

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Muhammad ArifIt means we should foucus on short term policy ...

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Ryan McGaugheyHe meant that growth in the short run should be the policy goal even if the long term effects are deleterious to the economy. It's another way of saying, "damn the consequences, we won't be here to see them anyway."

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Khalid GoharWe should focus on short term rather than planing and making long term policies

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Sehrish ZuberiLong run is unprofitable for the firm than short run

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Sultan Shahbasicaly he say development should be progres in shortrun.. in long run nothing is gainne..

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Ahmed LarabiDo not plan for longer than you live

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Alex Peeki have no idea... i can't read anything that isn't written in mathematics

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Baba Mohanso we should not focus on climate change as long as it does not hurt the present...afterall everybody is dead in long run..

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Bob ShoMaximum from Minimum while proper utilizing and forecasting at same time....

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Shivam Jaiswalask to an jain sir...

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Abdul BasitThat was answer to say's assumptions in late 30s...it means that we should focus on short term employment.

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Mahfujur RahmanWe predict as much as short run.. Further we can't..

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John C. CroninFocus on near term results, because long term planning and long term results usually do not work out as planned. Or, literally, you can't avoid paying taxes and death.

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Waqas AhmadActually the classical economist argued that economic downturn can be recovered by Market forces without any government intervention. But Keynes has a point that it will take lot of time for market forces to work out the recovery. Thus he sarcastically said that in the long run we are all dead. That means Government through fiscal policy should play it role in economic recovery.

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Zeeshan MalikSimple we r not going to surviv above 100 years age

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Aminullah NasarHis theory was valid in short run..Therefore he said we are dead in long run..

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Umar AliConcisely,After the failure of classical system which was base on perfect competition with flexible adjustment of market forces to attain GE. In 1929 this rosy system turn into depression resulting in high unemployment rate. Keynes suggested that government should intervene and create employment in economy by spending. This worked and unemployment rate started decreasing while classical argued that the system will self adjust in the long run and there is no need of government intervention in the market system in return to that Keynes said "in the long run we are all dead" his claim was that market aren't self adjusting as there are frictions in the system which will never let the economy to attain equilibrium in order to regulate the system government should intervene. After that the discussion of effectiveness and ineffectiveness of policy took the debate to next level. Later Friedman argued that the 1929 depression was not due to market failure but due to the FED failure which was unable to handle the money demand. And .... much more but time.....🙂

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Soumyadeep ChakrabortyHe meant that long run is an indefinite period.

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Kimball CorsonAdverse macro adjustments which are said to self resolve or reach equilibrium in the-long run require government intervention in the short run so they do not take so long and cause so much human suffering and pain.

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Shiv Narayan ThakurHe accepted the short run

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SayfAddin HamarshehThat's meant, as I guess, we all have a diminishing marginal utility for all good and services we are interested in, so at some time- long run, we will have a zero marginal utility for everything,,

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Robert JohnsonA lot of partially correct answers. In economics, the "long term" impact of something is frequently easily calculated. Economists frequently therefore calculate "Long Term" impacts of whatever they are talking about without specifying either the path from here to there or the time to get to the "long term". Keynes was saying that Economists should not be complacent and only calculate "long term" effects, but calculate the dynamics to change from current economic conditions to long term economic conditions, as well as the timing to get there.

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Moral marketing – as exemplified in the Krombacher case- becomes more and more important as a corporate business strategy .Do u think this approach in general could be a good way to link both corporate profit interests and corporate ehical claims/responsiblities? Is it legitime to use societal moral wants as means of profit making- as long as it results to a real benefit both fort he ehical purpose (for example saving the rain forest) and economic pupose ( increasing profit)
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Even if consumption never depends on transitory income as stipulated by Milton Friedman, national income still face some limitation because they are unable to calculate the income of transitory activities . no matter how hard we try to rejected it "black marketing " is part of the revenue of the nation
What can we really do to have a perfect formula to determine the country's wealth(the country's income).........???????
Please I need help am working on a project
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Economics is a science of wealth.it deal with
A.Human activity
B.society
C.political phenomena
D.none of these
E.above all
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Sehrish ZuberiSociety

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Khatri SujanA

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Meljan Buer AloD

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Jenna Larsonnil

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Lovjeet RomanaA

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Santhosh SanthuYeah... Specially it deals with the human activities... In terms of welfare...

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Vishwanath KakkalameliA

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Ebrahim AlemuE all economics deals ze given all aspects

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Reyaz LoneAbove all

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Shikhar MïshrãSociety

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Arslan AliA

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Ifeanyi OguE.. all of the above

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Triveni Gabove all

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Khalid GoharIts easy. If u have. Development economics book this is solved on that book and in international economics by salvatore also

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Unique SubharthiI will solve it.then i upload it

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An awful thought just came to me. What if the post WWII prosperity was just a means to restore the world after the devastation of Europe and Asia being destroyed? Having a huge, strong, and prosperous middle class was necessary to rebuild, but once that was done, the music had to stop, and all the chairs had to be taken away. They didn't need us any more, because they could now exploit all the countries they just rebuilt. The American worker was just too expensive and superfluous. They had to put them in their place, and they sure as hell did. Why on earth would they want to give that back? ... See MoreSee Less

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James S. WilkersonI don't think of it as being that intentional, but rather that growth of equality was possible because of WWII and we've returned to the typical growth of inequality since, viz: www.pbs.org/newshour/amp/making-sense/column-conquerors-inequality-four-horsemen-apocalypse

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Robert HarvillaYeah, the human infrastructure had to be restored as well. It took at least a generation to get back up to capacity and make up for the population loss and the harm it does to the workforce. Once that was achieved, the workers were tossed out on their asses.

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Karl SjogrenRobert Harvilla your "awful thought" mirrors a conclusion that Thomas Piketty expressed in his book Capital in The 21st Century. Namely, that the rise in Middle Class that occurred was an anomaly that is tapering off. This article will interest you. www.linkedin.com/pulse/tarnished-ideas-free-trade-shareholder-wealth-karl-sjogren

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Karl SjogrenAnd this one • An Allegory For What Troubles Developed Economies www.linkedin.com/pulse/allegory-what-troubles-developed-economies-karl-sjogren

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Paul RobbWho is they?

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Paul RobbI dont make assumptions, nor do I use vague pronouns. Who is they? Its a simple question.

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Robert HarvillaEmployers.

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Capital and labor are not in conflict, they are all a part of the same story of peace and prosperity.
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Capital and labor are not in conflict, they are all a part of the same story of peace and prosperity.
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Karl SjogrenDoes your chart say that when wages grow faster than profits (W/P climbs above 1), more capital is provided to more businesses? And, that the tendency over time is for wages to rise and profits fall?

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Bruce KoerberIt says: the tendency over time is for wages to rise and profits fall.

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Brian Ho shared a link to the group: Economics.

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People often toss around Adam Smith’s name casually in reference to the virtues of unregulated markets. However, as I came across detailed examinations of hi...

Wish you a very happy Eid ! #EidMubarak

Zulfi Sheth shared Economistindia's photo to the group: Economics.

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Eid Mubarak. May your marginal utility increase each passing day and your total utility never be zero ! May this Eid balance your unlimited wants and limited resources. And of course your celebration bring maximum welfare around ! happy Eid.

Hi All!
I have selected the topic " Economic implications of mainstreaming mentally retarded" as my final reserch project for my postgraduate diploma in Development Economics .
Is this topic relevant to the field of development economics?
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Shivam Jaiswalno certainly not

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Thilini KalupahanaThank you

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Haider RezayeeIt's absolutely relevant with development economics

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Vasudevan RajeshAll the best

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Kumar AvinashCongratulations

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Adan ZahraIts relevant to your project

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Samreen ShahzadIt is

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Samreen ShahzadAnd it is a very good topic

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Samreen ShahzadDo share ur results and implications . Its a new dimension

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John C. CroninMaybe if you change your title to "Mainstreaming mentally challenged". Using the term "retarded" is a very derogatory term that people stopped using about 30 years ago.

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Paul Robb"Mainstreaming" is misspelled. But "retarded" is a medical, and proper term.

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John C. CroninThis is a propsed Economics thesis, and I think that using a politically incorrect "medical" term is improper in a non-medical publication.

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John C. Cronin*proposed*

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Neelu Neelson Mouranigood for thseis project.

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SayfAddin HamarshehFirst, congratulations for your approach, Second, in Development economics, I guess we've to study many fields of economics related to the Macro economics, and inclusive growth that concerns the problems of unemployment, poor people, inflation, and many things else, And "economic implications of mainstreaming mentally retarded" concerns with Human Resources and development of labour forces, So I think it's good to study and getting a reports about it.

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Ammar KhanWow

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Umar AliNo,irrelevent topic..pcychology topic or socialogy,

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Shiv Narayan ThakurExcellent

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Santosh SinghGood topic, all the best

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Thilini KalupahanaThank you very much

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Shikhar MïshrãYeah... It is....

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A Amarender Reddyyes, it is a good topic

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Rizvan Jaldeenonly thing where in the world will you find appropriate Journal articles on the topic to write and design the LR secondly how will you justifiy the MR's academically?

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Saeeda Parveenmera nai khial

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Saeeda Parveenu shud work on child labor its dev topic n very common in ur country

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