Now that results show how financially successful companies offering to turn CO2 emissions into fuel have become, Julio Friedmann hopes this leads to more companies starting up in the future. "We need dozens of companies like them"
After the fifth coal company filed for bankruptcy this year, Jason Bordoff says policy isn’t the root cause of the industry’s decline: “Coal’s decline in the U.S. is driven by market forces, notably cheap gas and renewables.”
Professors of economics are switching towards covering concepts in unemployment, inflation and instability rather than the "classical" self-adjusting model. This New Yorker article references Suresh Naidu's writing on the “considerations making a comeback."
Riots erupted in Bolivia after electoral officials called the election for Evo Morales, president of the country since 2006. Beating eight other candidates, Christopher Sabatini said a runoff would likely mean the president secures his win.
If the heads of state and finance ministers of developing countries continue to underestimate the importance of these debates, they will soon find themselves forced to accept a new international tax system that will not suit them writes Jose Ocampo.
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