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A prime target is the Environmental Protection Agency and its regulation of greenhouse gases via the Clean Power Plan and methane emissions measures, which are described as “job killers.”
A prime target is the Environmental Protection Agency and its regulation of greenhouse gases via the Clean Power Plan and methane emissions measures, which are described as “job killers.”
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Africa’s Agriculture Projects Are Growing Inequality, Not Food http://bit.ly/2iwNMiV
African governments and NGOs have embraced “farmer-to-farmer” extension approaches. But how effective has this approach been?
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#ASSA2017 attendees, check out these exciting Handbooks in Economics chapters! 
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The idea might seem extreme, but we do tend to tax things that aren't good for us for the sake of our health, while earning the economy an extra buck.
A scientific meta-analysis investigating the effects of a potential tax on sweetened beverages suggests it could indeed result in a decrease in overall BMI and obesity.
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Why is China is pressing ahead with low-carbon initiatives? To quote Bill Clinton, "it's the economy, stupid." We explore how China is using climate change as a business and political opportunity.
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Africa’s Agriculture Projects Are Growing Inequality, Not Food http://bit.ly/2h5Cp1e
African governments and NGOs have embraced “farmer-to-farmer” extension approaches. But how effective has this approach been?
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Up to 25% off Science & Technology books including newly published and soon-to-be published books. Offer ends 1/31.
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Are there limits to the growth that fuels our lifestyles? In this presentation, author Karen Higgins answers this question and more, drawing from her book, "Economic Growth and Sustainability". 
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Do students learn as much when they read digitally as they do in print? 
Do students learn as much when they read digitally as they do in print?
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What does economic research say about the potential of government-led industrial policy to promote clean energy and create jobs?
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The attitude of citizens in higher income countries towards immigrants is hardening, with scientists from the developing world suffering most.
The attitude of citizens in higher income countries towards immigrants is hardening, with scientists from the developing world suffering most.
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Stats gives you an aggregated view on the performance of your publications, including metrics such as citations, readership and group activity, academic discipline and status of your readers, as well as any mentions online and in social media.
Stats gives you an aggregated view on the performance of your publications, including metrics such as citations, readership and group activity, academic discipline and status of your readers, as well as any mentions in the news media.
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In the 21st century, both personal fortunes and global economies are tied more tightly than ever to corporate businesses and financial markets. For scholars and professionals, a solid grounding in economics and finance is critical, as is up-to-date knowledge of technology, law, and corporate structures and practices in these swiftly evolving fields. Elsevier provides content written by leading experts on key topics of currency exchange, bank regulation, mergers and acquisitions, entrepreneurship, real estate, environmental economics, industry development, project finance, and more. We also produce essential handbooks on the economics of health care, agriculture, education, and a wide spectrum of other areas of public policy.