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Demand side here: LBS is a much riskier choice. They had a lucky streak some years ago but since then no consistent record of being able to place well. The candidates that I have seen appear smart but not as well trained as their US counterparts (they can talk well about their paper but once you deviate from that their knowledge seem thin). Columbia candidates seem better trained. So, I would say that the downside risk of going for LBS is higher than going for Columbia. OP spamming here once again. Thanks for your inputs. I am desperately thinking on my dilemma as I have to decide already by the end of March. Could you please ...
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Economics Job Market Rumors: Private Sector Job Rumors (Pre-AEA)
anyone know how much the different private sector jobs offer, i.e. what is starting level for consulting, investment banks, hedge funds, etc.? Anonymous said... Has anyone heard from RAND, Federal Trade Commission or Congressional Budget Office? Anonymous said... I have heard from CRAI, Conerstone and BateWhite. Anonymous said... Conerstone sent me email saying that they will discuss a typical case they are handling in the interview, woo woo!!! antitrust, I suppose. Anonymous said... We had an i-bank recruiter tell us base salary is the same as top b-schools, with bonuses on top. Does anyone know how much this is? I ... market research, surveys and trends
Trichet's Fake Stress Tests Bring European Banking System to Edge ...
Seventy-nine years ago this month, the German banking system disintegrated. The Danat Bank closed its doors, and only a government-declared bank holiday saved the Deutsche Bank from liquidation. This July, it may well be that the entire European banking system is poised on the brink of a similar cataclysmic event. The $31 trillion European banking system, three times bigger than the US banks, may be about to dissolve. The first weeks of summer 2010 have brought with them a series of ominous events, quite possibly harbingers of a new wave of panic at the door. In one 5-minute period, the stock of Citigroup, one of the leading ... market research, surveys and trends


The Scout Report for Business & Economics - March 22, 2001
outlines the trade agenda of the Bush Administration. According to the overview, President Bush "is strongly committed to a trade policy that will remove trade barriers in foreign markets, while further liberalizing our market at home." The main body of the document contains the President's 2000 Annual Report on the Trade Agreements Program, which details trade policy and activity during 2000, including an update on the activities of the World Trade Organization, regional and bilateral negotiations, and trade enforcement and policy development. Three annexes cover "US Trade in 2000," "Background ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Jobless in Cuba? Communism faces the unthinkable - Yahoo! Finance
In this photo June 24, 2010 photo, construction workers labor inside a building in Havana. Facing a severe budget deficit, Cuba's government has hinted at restructuring or trimming its bloated work force. Such talk is causing tension, however, in a country where guaranteed employment was a building block of the 1959 revolution that swept Fidel Castro to power. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes) Anne-Marie Garcia, Associated Press Writer , On Sunday July 18, 2010, 4:31 pm EDT HAVANA (AP) -- At a state project to refurbish a decaying building in Old Havana, one worker paints a wall white while two others watch. A fourth sleeps in a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
White House taps former budget chief for OMB
President Barack Obama has announced his nominee to replace departing Office of Management and Budget director Peter Orszag, naming Clinton-era budget chief Jacob (“Jack”) Lew. Lew, who filled the same post for which he’s now been tapped by Obama from 1998-2001, currently serves as the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and is a top advisor to Secretary Hillary Clinton. In a letter to State Department staff, Clinton said that news of Lew's departure is "obviously bittersweet." "While I was hoping never to have to replace Jack, the President and our country need his ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Federal budget gap tops $1 trillion through June
WASHINGTON -- The federal deficit has topped $1 trillion with three months still to go in the budget year, showing the lasting impact of the recession on the government's finances. In its monthly budget report, the Treasury Department said Tuesday that through the first nine months of this budget year, the deficit totals $1 trillion. That's down 7.6 percent from the $1.09 trillion deficit run up during the same period a year ago. Worries about the size of the deficit have created political problems for the Obama administration. Congressional Republicans and moderate Democrats have blocked more spending on job ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Research in Economics at the University of Zurich under the supervision of Prof. ... 3.1.4 The link between rumors and Behavioral Finance. 3.1.5 Financial markets .... Job Title: Organisation: Address: City: Postal / Zip Code: Country: ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Sometimes one does not sell because one cannot countenance the hell that one's baby would be put through if one did, even if that be as simple as just turning it away from one's original goals and/or principles. Yes, one might get to repent at leisure, on the income account, but one's dreams at least still hold good,.. even as one's baby perhaps slides down the pipe as a result. O well. We all get just one life each, don't we~;o)? Keep well ~ Shankar posted 7 months ago Perhaps, perhaps not. There is far too much still behind closed doors to make any simple answer anything more than speculation (i.e. ...
Who believes the Palin debt rumors? - Yahoo! Answers
"Palin, who portrays herself as a fiscal conservative, racked up nearly $20 million in long-term debt as mayor of the tiny town of Wasilla — that amounts to $3,000 per resident. She argues that the debt was needed to fund improvements. "… 2 years ago Member since: May 01, 2006 Total points: 21763 (Level 6) Mccain did an excellent job in picking her someone who is clueless in economics like himself! 2 years ago