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The Economics of Wassily Leontief: Input-Output Analysis

This is a fascinating example of mathematical thinking, and also a practical use of mathematics in the field of economics. Wassily Leontief was an economist ...

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Losing Focus: Institutions spending more on Sports than on Academics

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A report on the trend of institutions’ expenditure on sports as compared to academics startles the academic leaders showing how sports expenditure increased
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Out in Front, and Optimistic, About Online Education - New York Times

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Out in Front, and Optimistic, About Online Education
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LONDON — Besides his name and email address Richard C.
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The Most Obvious Tip for Being Happier & Sassier

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“Happiness is to sleep in!” Really? Well, that is what most youngsters would say. College life is probably the best time you can find yourself enough sleep. Not only “enough”, these golden years of life allow you to even tend to sleep as much as you can thwarting all the rules saying early to bed, early to rise! ‘Wake up early’, says everyone. But those who are reluctant to leave their beds until they haven’t had a sufficiently good amount of sleep will probably doubt whether they can really gain something worthwhile from waking up early. It’s to these doubting Thomases that the rewards of being an early riser need to be pointed out, five of which are explained below: 1. Have ample time for yourself Wake up early and you’ll have ample time for yourself. Whatever it is that you have to do – be it shaving, shampooing your hair, ironing our clothes, having a hearty breakfast, or reading the newspaper – you can do it with enough time at our disposal and your day will pan out the way you want it to. Wake up late and your daily routine will seem like drudgery. 2. Experience bliss with the quietude at daybreak The hour preceding sunrise makes for an ideal time to indulge in one’s favorite pastime like reading or listening to music. When everything’s serene and there’s no one to disturb you, what you experience could well be called blissful. 3. Rejuvenate your soul with one of nature’s most prized wonders Sunrise …
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Online MBA Programs That Don't Require the GMAT

Online MBA Programs That Don't Require the GMAT While the Graduate Management Admissions Test has long been a rite of passage for most master of business adm...
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10 Tips for Finding College Scholarships - The Birmingham News - al.com

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10 Tips for Finding College Scholarships The Birmingham News - al.com It's no secret that college is expensive and with tuition prices constantly on the rise, it can be a daunting task for parents to figure out how they are going to pay for their...
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