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Outsourcing Good For U.S. and World Economies
Outsourcing not only cuts costs and benefits developing foreign economies, but it allows many high paid US workers to keep their jobs. By Bruce Bartlett. (National Center for Policy Analysis, 2/4/2004... Read More...


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Sweat the Small Stuff
Why we should worry about fiscal irresponsibility regardless of how trivial some of it might seem. By Jacob Sullum. (Reason, 2/6/2004) Read More...


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"Compromise" Internet Tax Bill Would Cripple Online Development
The National Taxpayers Union argues for a permanent ban on an internet tax, calling the current moratorium a "stealth tax". (National Taxpayers Union, 2/11/2004) Read More...


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Bush seeks $1 trillion debt boost
Bush seeks a $1 trillion debt boost to fund the cost of shifting to a partially privatized Social Security system. By Patrice Hill. (The Washington Times, 2/10/2004) Read More...


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Ignore at Your Own Peril: The Manufacturing Crisis in Perspective
Although the manufacturing sector seems to be picking up, policymakers need to permanently address the manufacturing crisis. By Dr. Christian Weller. (Center for American Progress, 2/6/2004) Read More...


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Head Scarf Ban Backlash Warning
France's ban on religious symbols in public schools could end up encourageing the Islamic radicalism the law is intended to stave off. (CNN, 2/10/2004) Read More...


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Don't Blame Wal-Mart for the Wal-Mart Economy
Should we be blaming Wal-Mart for our economic woes or should we thank it for providing an efficient business model that cares about its consumers? By Daniel Gross. (MSN, 10/8/2003) Read More...


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WEF: Snail's Pace on Social Issues
Is the World Economic Forum living up to its ideal of "improving the state of the world" or is it just an elitist corporate club? By Alan Boyd.(Asia Times, 1/17/2004) Read More...


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Good Unintended Consequences
Despite EU claims of becoming the most dynamic economy in the world, business regulation in Europe is increasing, contributing to pitiful economic growth rates and the perpetual scourge of high unempl... Read More...


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OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
The OECD groups 30 member countries sharing a commitment to democratic government and the market economy. Best known for its publications and its statistics. Read More...


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Wall St. Journal (United States)
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Ties That Bind
Shallow links based on trade have given way to deeper ties between the U.S. and China, characterized by rising U.S. foreign direct investment and sales by U.S. foreign affiliates in China. By Joseph P... Read More...


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PrestoPundit.com
Economic (Hayek) blog site. Read More...


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International Relations Data Site
In-depth portal for international relations, economic, environmental, political, and social data. Read More...


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Hayek Center for Multidisciplinary Research
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Is Capitalism Too Productive?
...People will always find new wants, and the newly industrializing countries are consuming even more than they produce. As Marx could have told you, capitalism can go on accumulating capital - and pr... Read More...


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Making Foreign Aid Work
Argues not to end foreign aid, but for donors to know when to say when, cutting off countries that fail to adopt sound economic policies and rewarding those that do. By Carol Graham and Michael O'Hanl... Read More...


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Follow the Money
New technologies enable tiny, remote countries to make quick money through their underregulated banking systems. Recent multilateral initiatives have started to attack the problem. But if the Bush adm... Read More...


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Getting Debt Relief Right
Many argue that forgiving international debts will help relieve poverty in the world's poorest countries. The international community must figure out a way to ensure the proper use of debt-relief doll... Read More...


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Bush Cuts Steel Tariffs, Declares Victory
By Dan Ackman (Forbes, 12/05/03) Read More...


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U.S. Steel Tariffs
US tariffs on imported steel, imposed by the Bush administration, have been found illegal by the WTO. Mark Tran explains their history. (Guardian Unlimited, 11/11/2003) Read More...


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Global Edge (Research)
Excellent web portal from Michigan State University. Contains economic data, country insights, resources, diagnostic tools, and more. Read More...


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The anti-American obsession
Jean Fran├žois Revel discusses France reaction to the 'American standardization'. (The New Criterion, Vol. 22, No. 2, October/2003) Read More...


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Free markets in trouble
By Bob Dole. (Washington Times, 11/25/2003) Read More...


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The Oxfam Debate
Is Oxfam right to insist that increased access to Northern markets is a solution to the Third World's problems? A disscussion from both sides. (The Ecologist, December, 2003) Read More...


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A Capital Idea? Reconsidering a Financial Quick Fix
Calls for capital controls are growing louder as battered emerging markets try to get back on their feet, but such measures are no substitute for real financial reform. By Sebastian Edwards. (Foreign ... Read More...


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A Self-Help Guide for Emerging Markets
Emerging markets must learn to inoculate themselves against future currency attacks by increasing liquidity, such as foreign currency reserves, so they can fight back the powerful forces of market spe... Read More...


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America and Europe: Clash of the Titans?
The euro's launch will transform the transatlantic relationship for good by placing Europe on an equal economic footing with the United States. An effective U.S. partnership with Europe is essential t... Read More...


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Bank on Democracy
As the world gets more democratic, central banks get more undemocratic. These powerful institutions should not be exempt from popular control. By Sheri Berman and Kathleen R. McNamara. (Foreign Affair... Read More...


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Beyond Border Control
The global economy opens national borders to goods and people, legal and illegal. International companies and government regulators need to invest in new technologies to help border control keep pace ... Read More...


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