Monthly Archives: November 2015

Small Town Bringdowns and Economic Failure

There are varying states of “failure” in economics. In Microeconomics for example, we have market failures, which can have almost nuclear effects (as we saw in 2008). On a more Macro level, we can have “failed states,” which are nation-states … Continue reading

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The Economics of Refugees: Canadian Style

One almost cannot open a news site without hearing about Syrian refugees; how we should hate them, how they’re going to take money away from the citizenry, how somehow ISIS and Islam are the same thing (All ISIS members are … Continue reading

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