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Associate Director of Health Administration and Policy Program, University of Miami; Director, Health Economics Research Group Tel: (305) 284-6039 Fax: (305) 284-5310 Email : University of Miami Department of Sociology 5202 University Drive Merrick Building, Room 121F P.O. Box 248162 Coral Gables Florida, 33124-2030 Dr. French is a professor of health economics in the Department of Sociology at the University of Miami, with secondary appointments in the Department of Economics and Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.  He is also director of the Health Economics Research Group ( ...
which examines the behavior of basic elements in the economy, including individual markets and agents (such as consumers and firms, buyers and sellers), and macroeconomics , which addresses issues affecting an entire economy, including unemployment, inflation, economic growth, and monetary and fiscal policy. Other distinctions include: between positive economics (describing "what is") and normative economics (advocating "what ought to be"); between economic theory and applied economics ; between mainstream economics (more "orthodox" dealing with the "rationality-individualism-equilibrium ...
Norway Subscriber on Inflation/Deflation
First of all I want to thank you for a nice newsletter and radio show. I would like to jump into the deflation/inflation debate. Ben [Bernanke] said the following back in 2002. "What has this got to do with monetary policy? Like gold, U.S. dollars have value only to the extent that they are strictly limited in supply. But the U.S. government has a technology, called a printing press (or, today, its electronic equivalent), that allows it to produce as many U.S. dollars as it wishes at essentially no cost. By increasing the number of U.S. dollars in circulation, or even by credibly threatening to do so, the U.S. ... market research, surveys and trends
American Chronicle: The Failed Services Economy: Its Link to ...
On May 10, 1869 an eight-man crew of Chinese workers laid the last rail.(1) After that, prosperity leapt in America for thirty years until the Great Depression of 1893.(2) (Author´s Note: a read of this source article sounds much like the Great Recession of 2008 in its content.) However, many of the industrious Chinese found that there was little employment following the completion of the railroad, so they began to accept jobs from American employers in other industries and to form their own Associations and businesses. This lead to such a scare of Chinese illegal immigration it was called the “Yellow Peril”. ... market research, surveys and trends


Metals Economics Group releases exploration survey for PDAC ...
The Metals Economic Group (MEG) continued its partnership with the PDAC and again created a special report, World Exploration Trends, that found despite record aggregate planned exploration budgets by the mining industry, actual spending will likely be lower. MEG found that explorers had planned to spend a total of US$13.2 billion on nonferrous exploration last year. However, MEG also noted that during the past years, increases in exploration budgets have not always meant an increase in activity on the ground. During 2008, the report found that the rapid growth in junior company's exploration budgets has slowed ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
New IT Salary Survey Strikes Hopeful Notes During Recession -
about their careers: Job losses among IT workers are mounting as CIOs cut their IT budgets and as IT departments shed staff and institute hiring freezes. But new research may give IT professionals some much needed good news: IT research firm Computer Economics is projecting that IT salaries will increase in 2009. Computer Economics isn't predicting a substantial increase in IT pay, but an increase nonetheless, at a time when many companies are resorting to salary freezes to keep personnel costs in line with revenue shortfalls. The research firm, which specializes in IT management metrics, predicts that IT salaries will grow ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Atlanta Schools Superintendent Beverly Hall: In her own words
Beverly Hall, superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools, spoke recently to public radio station WABE about allegations of cheating on standardized tests. The school district holds WABE’s broadcasting license. Hall emphasized that of 58 Atlanta schools suspected by the state, only 12 were implicated in an investigation commissioned by the district. State officials have said the district investigation may not have been thorough enough. Here are excerpts from Hall’s interview: On a Monday morning in June, 500 teachers and school administrators gathered in Las Vegas to listen to the celebrity educator in their ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Whalers Reunion and Fan Fest A Day To Remember
If the Whalers could have a Mount Rushmore, this would be it. Displayed side-by-side were three original World Hockey Association era jerseys -- the logo with the W and the harpoon -- on a table for fans to admire. "It's the greatest piece of WHA history I've ever seen," said Tim Gassen, who is trying to launch a WHA Hall of Fame and, perhaps, locate it in Hartford. The three jerseys were worn on the ice at the same time by Gordie, Marty and Mark Howe in 1977 and, if auctioned off at the right time, could probably fetch a six-figure price. They are part of a massive collection purchased by the MeiGray Group, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Metals Economics Group - World Exploration trEnds
an all-time high, although it will be lower than ..... debt issues—it is not yet clear how this group of ... Metals Economics Group services. Minesearch ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Economic Analysis Support Services
Economic Analysis Support Services. A. Introduction ... The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Economics Group of the MCC's Department of Compact ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
EECS :: Economics Group
Our world has been transformed by modern technologies resulting in a mass of shared knowledge and fast, cheap communication. Hand-in-hand with these developments, we have seen the birth of a plethora of new systems for human interaction from marketplaces like eBay and Google's AdWords to online networking services like Facebook and . These systems give rise to numerous opportunities for scientific exploration, and such studies are fundamental to the future economic and social success of these systems. The Economics Group in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at Northwestern University
The White House wants to know: What is the biggest health care ...
The fact that many people here in the states (legal or not) use the emergency room for just about any ailment. It is a major problem and solutions should be granted to the hospitals. A national program just won't work. posted 10 months ago Illegal immigration is one of the crippling elements of many of our social and health care systems. We have spent billions of dollars on undocumented people who are not contributing to the financial security of these services but are the chronic exploitation of our health care systems and our social services. posted 10 months ago Lambert Consulting see all my answers Illegal aliens ...
Why would it be that a Group is showing as visible on my account ...
LI permits membership in up to 50 Groups but most people can not be active participants beyond 15-20, IMHO. This limitation does not change if you pay. posted 3 months ago High Performance Résumé Writer ♦ Editor ♦ CPRW at RighteousRésumé ♦ Former Hiring Manager ♦ Recruiter see all my answers Hi Lora, 8vD There are a few small bugs in the works here on Linkedin, but mostly it is all small stuff. My advice, don't sweat the small stuff and keep enjoying the wonderful world of Linkedin as best as you can. We are all so lucky to have such a marvelous free service to enhance ...