The New Napster: How Sci-Hub is Blowing Up the Academic Publishing Industry via /r/economy


The New Napster: How Sci-Hub is Blowing Up the Academic Publishing Industry
http://www.jasonshen.com/2016/new-napster-sci-hub-academic-publishing/

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 04:15PM by PostNationalism
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To brazilians who use this subreddit, could u guys help me answering this questionary ? via /r/economy


To brazilians who use this subreddit, could u guys help me answering this questionary ?
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KGrduAqYV3nWzCrCco0xMgUVxaWDwNBDych8oltF2kY/edit?edit_requested=true

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 12:32PM by gcarvalholopes
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San Francisco’s Income Inequality Rivals that of Developing Nations – The City has a Gini coefficient of .523 – worse than Rwanda’s and barely better than Guatemala via /r/economy


San Francisco’s Income Inequality Rivals that of Developing Nations – The City has a Gini coefficient of .523 – worse than Rwanda’s and barely better than Guatemala
http://www.vanityfair.com/news/business/2014/05/san-francisco-income-inequality-developing-nations

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 02:06PM by PostNationalism
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Despite the increasing inflow of foreign capital in the Indian economy, India’s potential to attract FDI from the world has not yet been fully trapped. This is happening because India lacks an efficient dispute resolution system in the country. via /r/economy


Despite the increasing inflow of foreign capital in the Indian economy, India’s potential to attract FDI from the world has not yet been fully trapped. This is happening because India lacks an efficient dispute resolution system in the country.
http://odrindia.in/?p=41

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 12:41PM by RK416
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How to fix the American Economy (Part Two) via /r/economy


How to fix the American Economy (Part Two)

10million$ Cap on personal wealth +15% of money earned, 70% tax on foreign imports, A new agency approves multimilion/billion dollar projects, Extraneous profits have 18 months to be liquidated.

Let me please clarify that no money will be stolen from the rich if they invest it properly.

That's the difference between socialism and a wage cap. A wage cap still promotes competition and is essentially regulated capitalism on steroids; everyone's taxes could even be lowered at this point.

Please don't just downvote this, get a conversation going and help build an economic policy that can save the world. That's all i ask.

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 10:55AM by color_shot
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Economy flags as first-quarter growth falls short, shrinks in March via /r/economy


Economy flags as first-quarter growth falls short, shrinks in March
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/canadian-economy-grew-at-annual-rate-of-24-per-cent-in-first-quarter/article30216776/

Submitted May 31, 2016 at 10:36AM by PostNationalism
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