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Legislative Update – BP Settlement Funds

February 23, 2018 ·  · Topic: BP Settlement  · Relevance: not sure

The early weeks of the 2018 Mississippi Legislative Session saw two bills that seek to govern future expenditures of the BP Economic Damage Settlement Funds, Senate Bill 2176 and House Bill 1512, pass the Senate and House, respectively.

Since the House of Representatives’ passage of House Bill 1512 on February 5, the legislature has been relatively quiet on the topic of the BP Economic Damage Settlement Funds, with each chamber having established their own position on the issue. We don’t expect any significant new action until March, at which point the differences between the House and Senate bills will need […]

How Increasing Income Inequality Is Dampening U.S. Economic Growth, And Possible Ways To Change The Tide

February 23, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

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The topic of income inequality and its effects has been the subject of countless analysis stretching back generations and crossing geopolitical boundaries. Despite the tendency to speak about this issue in moral terms, the central questions are economic ones: Would the U.S. economy be better off with a narrower income gap? And, if an unequal distribution of income hinders growth, which solutions could do more harm than good, and which could make the economic pie bigger for all?

Given the decades–indeed, centuries–of debate on this subject, it comes as no surprise that the answers are […]

You Can’t Have Denmark Without Danes

February 23, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure


Somebody stole my phone in Copenhagen. I was aghast.

I grew up in New York during the gritty years when the city was a sort of Hobbesian war of all-against-all. Somehow, I never got mugged, never got my pocket picked. For that to happen I had to travel to one of the safest cities in the world, a place where an acquaintance lost a scarf in an amusement park and found that someone had picked it up and put it on a nearby bench, neatly folded. 1

It’s a funny story, but it became a kind of a metaphor for […]

/biz/ – Business & Finance

February 23, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

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Rhodesia.
100000 humans, millions of niggers.
No real automation, yet the humans can feed themselves and the niggers without issue.
Until the niggers become so numerous that humans are killed, then niggers starve.This is going to happen everywhere at the same time.With extensive automation, one human could probably not only feed but clothes and houses and any others needs and wants millions of niggers may have.Subhumanisation is the Great Filter, as the technology required to spread through space is just a tad more difficult than the technology required to let the inferiors live and prosper.We are about to hit […]

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February 22, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

International Statistics at NationMaster. 0. Me xico. In 2016, China reached a Gini coefficient of 46. India had a Gini coefficient of 32. Source: World Bank (2013). Ch in a. 45. D. In India, National Sample Survey does not collect data on income, April 16, 2017 Reply. In don esia. The Gini Coefficient for the country is Oct 08, 2017 · What is Gini Coefficient? What is Gini Coefficient? 2017 New Zealand Tour of India -India Vs New Zeala 2017-18 Premier League Monday Oct 30,2017; Gini coefficient Latest big trump card to rid India of poverty and inequality 3 […]

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February 22, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure


Lese bok Affluence And Influence Economic Inequality And Political Power In America Last ned Name: Affluence And Influence Economic Inequality And Political Power In America
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score : 7.3/10 – (18 votes) This paper offers an overview of the interplay between declining upward mobility and growing political inequality , which we show is a self-reinforcing phenomenon. ebook Affluence And Influence Economic Inequality And Political Power In America kf8 download Education. How U.S. News college rankings promote economic inequality on campus Once ladders of social mobility, universities increasingly […]

Atlanta Fed CEO Bostic addresses economic policy, inequality at Price talk

February 22, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

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President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Raphael Bostic, left, with USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott (Photo by Tom Queally) See more photos on Flickr »

USC Price School of Public Policy Professor Raphael Bostic returned to campus for the first time since taking leave to assume the role of president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, joining Dean Jack H. Knott for a discussion on the state and direction of the U.S. economy, issues of opportunity and inequality, and good governance.

Knott began the Feb. 5 conversation by asking Bostic – the […]

Disparities in national exam success affirm regional inequality

February 22, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

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The above situation depicts the state of affairs in Eastern and Northern Uganda for the last 30 years and counting. Morris Komakech The Advanced Level High School examination results for 2018 academic year were released. This year, UNEB confirms that over 98% of students qualified for A-level certificate. This is a remarkable feat for the entire actors in the education sector.

Most importantly, girls generally performed better than boys, something that the nation should be proud of, given the high dropout rate nationwide among school age girls. It also affirms that if we eliminated the two most vicious detractors […]

Off-campus housing and city inequality

February 22, 2018 ·  · Topic: Economic Mobility  · Relevance: not sure

Trinity students make up a large portion of apartment seekers in San Antonio. According to the official Trinity University website, 75 percent of seniors live off campus. Many students live in Trinity’s City Vista apartment complex, but other students live in other apartments and houses in the Trinity area. As such, students’ off-campus housing choices have the potential to interact with the larger city housing market, particularly where housing inequalities are concerned.

A study from the Martin Prosperity Institute in 2015 found that the San Antonio metropolitan area is among the 10 most economically segregated large metro areas in the […]

BP Pays $102 Million Settlement For Overcharging California

February 21, 2018 ·  · Topic: BP Settlement  · Relevance: not sure


BP Energy Co. is paying California $102 million to settle claims that it overcharged the state for natural gas between 2003 and 2012, officials announced Thursday.

The company regularly violated contracts to provide gas for numerous state agencies and other governments by exceeding the agreed-upon price cap, then concealed the overcharges by providing false and misleading information, state Attorney General Xavier Becerra said.

"At one point, BP employees described the transactions with the state of California, when they were overcharging us, as undertakings with the state that, ‘Was allowing them to squeeze gold out of that goose,’" Becerra said. "Well, California […]