Posts Tagged ‘aging’

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    Random Notes From Recent News

    Oct 19, 10 • 107 Views • Demand, Supply, and Markets, Government, HouseholdsNo Comments

    1. Among the U.N.’s 8 millennium goals for 2015, sustaining aging populations was not included. Why? 2. You might want to decide with whom you agree: WSJ‘s Daniel Henninger saying that “Capitalism Saved the Miners” or The Huffington...

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    Aging Trends

    Oct 12, 10 • 106 Views • Economic Debates, Economic History, Government, Households, Innovation, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    Baseball’s MVPs are typically younger than 30 and rarely over 35. Office workers and salespeople tend to be most productive in their early to mid-40s. Most Nobel prize winners in physics and chemistry did their innovative work before they were 50....