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Venezuela after Chavez

Colors of Venezuelan flag

On March 5, 2013, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez succumbed to his battle with cancer.  According to a recent article by the Economist Intelligence Unit, “Until his illness made it impossible for him to micro-manage the state, he oversaw almost every … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Reality from “Channeled” Negatives

For his senior art portfolio, artist Pascal Raymond recycles deteriorated negatives of car wrecks to create a diptych evoking a spiritual and economic reality. The artist is using 4 x 5 inch negatives of 1960s automobile accidents originally photographed by … Continue reading

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Sjoquist's Book About Atlanta

Past Trends and Future Prospected of the American City by David Sjoquist

Dr. David Sjoquist is Professor of Economics, and Director of Domestic Programs and Director of the Fiscal Research Program, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University. He recently edited, Past Trends and Future Prospects of the American City: The … Continue reading

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Carroll to Seahawks, Kiffin to USC

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Ever wonder why this game of musical chairs seems so important in our society?  Here are three books that explain the economic importance of professional and college sports.  Major league winners : using sports and cultural centers as tools for … Continue reading

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Top 25 Economic Articles in ScienceDirect

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Check out ScienceDirect’s quarterly Top 25 Hottest Articles in Economics, Econometrics, and Finance.  The Top 25 is a list of most read articles – counted by article downloads in ScienceDirect.  You can set up an alert to receive the Top … Continue reading

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ECCO and EEBO- Not just for English majors.

Recently the GSU Library was able to purchase two databases for full text books: Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) and Early English Books Online (EEBO) see Find Articles & More. The professors and graduate students in the English and History Departments … Continue reading

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