Editorial

The FINANCIAL -- The economic significance of bees extends far beyond honey production. As the National Resource Defense Council writes in 2011 (“Why We Need Bees: Nature’s Tiny Workers Put Food on Our Tables”), the value of the honey that bees produced in the US in that year amounted to 150 million dollars, while the value of the harvested crops that were pollinated by bees was 15 billion ...

The FINANCIAL -- Working out on a regular basis can be a difficult, if not impossible, task for most of us. We can convince ourselves that our schedules do not allow time for fitness but that would ...

The FINANCIAL -- At a first glance, the beauty industry could be assumed to cater only to the glamorous, or perhaps the vain, or maybe just those under the media spotlight. And it does – along with ...

The FINANCIAL -- Imagine a farm without livestock. Right, it does seem unimaginable.  There are many small farms in Georgia that are managed by individual households. Most of them just remain small ...

The FINANCIAL -- Do incentives really matter in the attraction of foreign direct investment? Does the cost to the government to provide incentives to the private sector result in equally tangible ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the last two decades, happiness has moved into the focus of economic inquiry. Frey and Stutzer (“What can Economists Learn from Happiness Research”, Journal of Economic ...

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