The Eclectic Economist
June 2, 2012
It’s only right that my Hip-Hoppreneur ™ column returns to the world’s most dangerous site upon my discovery of the world’s new most dangerous MC. It all happened two weeks ago while driving from New Jersey to Washington D.C. As is my custom, each Tuesday I listen to all of the major new album releases [...]
May 31, 2012
If it were up to me all the news agencies would do each month is call Rutgers University Professor Joseph J. Seneca and ask him how the latest job creation estimates jive with his seminal 2009 report, Americas New Post-Recession Employment Arithmetic published in September of 2009 in the Advance & Rutgers Report: An Analysis of Economic, Business & Demographic Trends.
May 8, 2012
(Cedricmuhammad.com) Today the new blog, “Frontier and Diaspora” from Africa PreBrief debuts. The fast-paced notes format revolves around the 6 variable analysis the firm utilizes to guide U.S. based frontier investors xanax overnight and provides stream of consciousness anecdotes, links, commentary and FYIs on the rapidly changing environment of African economic development and growth, on [...]
January 5, 2012
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January 3, 2012
While watching markets collapse and commentary on American, European, Japanese and African channels, two consistent themes emerged. From the perspective of the West, comparisons to the financial crisis of 2008 were irresistible and a consensus though vague and fleeting in nature emerged over the place of Africa, with the suggestion that many investors could seek growth there as equities in America and Europe declined. From Africa, we heard concern, the idea being that risk averse investors abroad will see the continent in broad brush generalizations (with no distinction or differentiation within the international emerging market category) and too challenging to navigate in coming days.