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United States Is Now the Most Unequal of All Advanced Economies

United States Is Now the Most Unequal of All Advanced Economies | Development | Scoop.it
The United States has such an unequal distribution of wealth so that it's in the league of corrupt underdeveloped countries, no longer in the league of the developed nations, according to the latest edition of the world's most thorough study of wealth-distribution.
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CiteSeerX — ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF TERRORISM IN DEVELOPED AND Developing Countries: An Overview

CiteSeerX — ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF TERRORISM IN DEVELOPED AND Developing Countries: An Overview | Development | Scoop.it
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Terrorism is the premeditated use or threat of use of violence by individuals or subnational groups to obtain a political or social objective through the intimidation of a large audience, beyond that of the immediate victim. Although the motives of terrorists may differ, their actions follow a standard pattern with terrorist incidents assuming a variety of forms: airplane hijackings, kidnappings, assassinations, threats, bombings, and suicide attacks. Terrorist attacks are intended to apply sufficient pressures to a government so that it grants political concessions. If a besieged government views the anticipated costs of future terrorist actions as greater than the costs of conceding to terrorist demands, then a government will make some accommodation. Thus, a rational terrorist organization can, in principle, reach its goal quicker if it is able to augment the consequences of its campaign. These consequences can assume many forms including casualties, destroyed buildings, a heightened anxiety level, and myriad economic costs. Clearly, the attacks on September 11, 2001 (henceforth, 9/11) had significant costs that have been estimated to be in the range of $80 to $90 billion when subsequent economic losses in lost wages, workman’s compensation, and reduced commerce are included (Kunreuther, Michel-Kerjan, and Porter, 2003). Terrorism can
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Top 10 Underdeveloped Countries In the World

Top 10 Underdeveloped Countries In the World | Development | Scoop.it
The world is such a big place that it’s hard to discover every single corner of it throughout your life and it’s even harder for it to develop the same way. While in
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Top 10 Underdeveloped Countries In the World

Top 10 Underdeveloped Countries In the World | Development | Scoop.it
The world is such a big place that it’s hard to discover every single corner of it throughout your life and it’s even harder for it to develop the same way. While in
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Developing Countries: More Than Economic Rivals and Terror Threats

Developing Countries: More Than Economic Rivals and Terror Threats | Development | Scoop.it
Developing a new framework for assessing the post-Cold War, post-9/11 world
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Countries and Their Domain Extensions, Page 4 - Webopedia.com

A list of different country domain extensions and their corresponding countries sorted alphabetically according to the file extension starting with letters S-Z.
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