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Theoretical versus practical explanation Socio-Economic Review (2008) 6, 427–447 Advance Access publication March 17, 2008 doi:10.1093/ser/mwn004 Theoretical versus practical explanation in political economy and economic sociology:
Keywords behavioral economics, neoclassical economics, economics This article discusses a relatively new field, behavioral economics (B.E.), the challenges it poses for the dominant economic paradigm, neoclassical economics, and the ways in which the young field may move forward.
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Another Alternative to Reduce the Unemployment Mohamed Elmi1,*, Ibrahim Robleh2 1 Depatement of Sciences University of Djibouti, Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti Department of Economics, University of Djibouti, Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti 2 Abstract The main aim of this paper is to provide a harmonization of the classification of economic activities in Djibouti based on international classification of economic activities.
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The Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security U Bonn/United English Nations University MSc 24 months 15.01.2017 http://ehs.unu.edu/education/masters/international-joint-msc-programme-geography-of-environmental-risks-and-human-security.html#overview Economic Sciences/Business Administration/Political Economics Master's Programme in International and Development Economics - MIDE
Issues, policy and Economics Climate change Week ten Objectives • To develop an understanding of the economics of climate change • Recognise that climate change is an externality and the “greatest market failure in the world” • To understand the potential impact of climate change and the need for economic policies to stabilise the problem • To examine the disaggregated impact of climate change on developed and developing countries • Recognise and discuss the possible polices which can be used to control climate change Introduction • Scientific evidence is overwhelming • Climate change presents very serious global risks and demands an urgent global response • Lecture material is based primarily on “The Stern Review”, (2006) and his speech at the RES Annual Conference, Manchester, October 2006 – Commissioned by the then Chancellor Gordon Brown – Reporting to Gordon Brown and Tony Blair – Aim was to contribute to understanding of the economics of climate change Introduction • Effects of our actions now – Little effect on climate change in the next 40 – 50 years • What we do in the next 10 – 20 years – Can have a profound effect in second half of this century and the next