Aging and Export Dependency on the Agenda

I know that I tend to harp quite a bit about the topic above, but I also trust that my readers by now will be well be used to this. One of the main interesting things about the notion that aging might be related to export dependency is that while it enjoys little, if . . . → Read More: Aging and Export Dependency on the Agenda

Nobel Prize In Economics 2009

This year’s Nobel prize in economics goes to Elinor Ostrom and Oliver E. Williamson (link). Elinor Ostrom received the prize for her analysis of economic governance, especially the commons while Oliver E. Williamson received the prize for his contributions to the economic governance, emphasizing the boundaries of the firm and its role in conflict . . . → Read More: Nobel Prize In Economics 2009

Did We Get a Good IIP Number Today? No.

It seems that we got a good IIP number today? Here’s what the year-on-year growth of IIP Manufacturing says:

Mar 2009 -0.30 Apr 2009 0.39 May 2009 1.84 Jun 2009 7.82 Jul 2009 7.41 Aug 2009 10.21

So it looks like a recovery is gaining traction, with yoy growth going up in each month . . . → Read More: Did We Get a Good IIP Number Today? No.