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How has organised crime adapted to globalisation?

How has organised crime adapted to globalisation? | CLSG Economics: International Economics | Scoop.it
“THEY were my partners in crime. They were my best friends. They were my children’s godfathers.” So said John Martorano, a former hitman known as “The...
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An interesting article about how globalism has effected the types of crime. Shows how crime has to change in the same way that buisinesses have to make changes. 

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Latin America's Economic Divide

Stratfor Latin America Analyst Karen Hooper examines the regional effects of two Latin American trade blocs, the left-leaning Mercosur and the right-leaning ...
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The use of the video makes this far easier to understand and the colour coordinated maps give a clear visual image. 

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Not Quite Noahpinion: Japan's stagnation: demand-side or supply-side?

Not Quite Noahpinion: Japan's stagnation: demand-side or supply-side? | CLSG Economics: International Economics | Scoop.it
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This article uses easy to understand language with clear graphs making it clear. The way it describes the different aspects of the theory, before applying each to Japan and using real statistics to show discrepancies makes it very convincing. It is highly and openly opinionated. Its view that AD/AS curves may not always work is very scary to an Economics Alevel student! The comments interspersed within the article make it very interesting to read as its almost like a debate.

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