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Income inequality has become one of the nation's hottest political issues, but it probably isn't talked about as much in Minnesota's Sixth District, currently represented in Congress by Michele Bachmann , a Republican. It's not that this is a
Auckland [ change ] Wind Max 23° Min 18° 15,000 fewer people dependent on benefits National Party, Fuseworks April 17, 2014, 10:14 am Social Development Minister Paula Bennett says the latest benefit figures showing a five year low confirm New
Census Bureau is a number every American citizen, and especially those entrusted with public office, should know...That is the number of Americans who in 2012 got up every morning and went to work in the private sector and did it week after week
How GDP became the figure everyone wanted to watch The economist, author and BBC Trust deputy chairman, Diane Coyle In my confused head I always get the celebrated economist Diane Coyle muddled up with the celebrated domestic economist Nigella Lawson.
Emerging Markets Index (EMI), a monthly indicator derived from the PMI surveys, fell for the fourth month running to 50.3 in March, from 51.1 in February, indicating only a marginal increase in private sector output across global emerging markets.
Martin Godwin for the Guardian The government's welfare reforms, including benefit sanctions and the bedroom tax, are a central factor in the explosion in the numbers of impoverished people turning to charity food banks , an academic study has said.
In discussions of the future of economic growth, business as usual' is not an option. The alternative, say many, is green growth : growth that is resource-efficient, low-carbon and socially-inclusive. In this line of thinking, green growth is the key
In recent years, researchers have made a lot of progress in understanding how happiness changes with age. The relationship is now widely believed to be a U-curve: The level of well-being drops until one's late 40s and then starts to go up again. An
Photo / APN The news that at least 21,000 beneficiaries have travelled overseas in the past nine months had a predictable response. The airwaves went hot with taxpayers' anger and disgust at the supposed "rip-off" of the welfare system. Welfare
Conference of Ministers of Finance, Economy and Planning in Abuja was the presentation of the 2014 Economic Report on Africa The report indicated that Africa has enjoyed impressive economic performance despite subdued global economic activities and