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Economics

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Economics is the study of the production, distribution and consumption of limited resources. Economists study the interplay between labor, land, currency, income, taxes and government spending to understand the prosperity and welfare of societies, with an eye towards manipulating these factors for the betterment of society over time. Economics is often categorized under two distinctive areas: macroeconomics and microeconomics. Macroeconomics takes a holistic approach to the study of economics and aims to understand the workings of a nation/region by examining the effects and relationships of such factors as inflation, monetary policy, and unemployment. Microeconomics aims to study the decision making of individuals and how their respective behaviors affect the supply and demand of goods.

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  4. It is commonly argued that skilled immigration benefits the destination country through several channels. Yet, only a small group of countries reports to have policies in place aimed at increasing the intake of skilled immigrants. Why? In this paper…
  5. We provide a model that links an asset's market liquidity; i.e., the ease with which it is traded; and traders' funding liquidity, i.e. the ease with which they can obtain funding. Traders provide market liquidity, and their ability to do so depends…

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