October 30, 2017Comments Off on Jobs, Automation, Walmart, and Globalization – low skill, low pay jobs disappearing
Trump and Republicans (and some Democrats) puff up the return of well-paid manufacturing jobs and toss about ideas that thirty years of globalization can be reversed by renegotiating NAFTA and other trade agreements. All the --->> read more -->>
October 12, 2017Comments Off on Recently Noted about the US Economy – Dynamism in Retreat
“Dynamism in Retreat: Consequences for Regions, Markets, and Worker”, a February 2017 report from the Economic Innovation Group provides interesting evidence that the US economy has been loosing its innovative edge and that the slowdown --->> read more -->>
October 4, 2017Comments Off on The US Wins Again – Incarceration in Global Context
The US Wins Again – Incarceration in Global Context Americans love to think of the country as No 1 in every dimension. Richest, most powerful, most freedom, most dynamic economy, best healthcare, best sports teams, --->> read more -->>
October 1, 2017Comments Off on Globalization Taking American Hi-Tech Jobs – IBM example
The impact of globalization on the US economy has been mostly cast by the media and politicians in light of the disappearance of many manufacturing jobs and the swarms of cheap products imported to fill --->> read more -->>
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