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Friday, August 28, 2009

First Comes Growth, Then Jobs

Record inventory liquidation and a stabilization in demand are combining to kick-start a recovery beginning in the current quarter. Growth could even lift payrolls and profits by yearend.

Can Poker Catch On in Asia?

U.S. poker pros are betting it can
BusinessWeek's Manuel Baigorri takes a look at a poker tournament in the Chinese gambling capital of Macao. Organizers talk about spreading the card game's popularity in Asia.

The case for optimism

Leading corporate executives discuss whether they are optimistic about the future and whether they see signs of improvement in their businesses.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Part 8: How does the supply of money affect prices? file

Part 9: Please explain the Phillips Curve. file

Part 7: What happens when a country is forced by aggressive speculation to devaluate? file

Part 6: A discussion of the 'substitution effect'. file

Part 5: What is the distinction between real and nominal income? file

Part 4: Do distribution constraints effect the productive efficiency of a good? file

Part 3: A discussion about budget constraints. file