Posts Tagged ‘GDP growth’

  • Everyday economics and U.S. GDP

    GDP: Where is the World Economy Going?

    Dec 20, 12 • 721 Views • No Comments

    Yesterday, the UN published a preview of its world economic outlook. While projections are always debatable, their graphs provide a snapshot of key economic issues. GDP Outlook: Oil Prices: Grain Prices:   These projections and comments from a......  [read more]

  • Unless We Look More Closely at Women in the Global Labor Force, We See Only the Tip of the Iceberg.

    Empowering One Billion Women

    Oct 25, 12 • 1836 Views • No Comments

    Name a nation. No matter which country you choose, you probably would see that women are underemployed. And still then, you would be looking only at the tip of the iceberg. Female labor force underutilization relates to a host of facts about a society that......  [read more]

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    High and Low Notes in Panama

    Jun 19, 12 • 551 Views • No Comments

    By Mira Korber, guest blogger. As the Panama City skyline emerged from my misty Wednesday morning flight window, I must say the view was impressive. A snaking coast boasts skyscraper after skyscraper, each seeming to outdo the previous in height and marvels......  [read more]

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    How Are We Doing?

    May 2, 10 • 756 Views • No Comments

    Hearing that U.S. real GDP growth for the first quarter was 3.2%, I wondered how well we were doing. We can look at past recessions to assess 3.2%. Looking back to the early 1980s, some economists say they were hoping for better. Like a “V”, when......  [read more]