Monthly Archives: July 2006

What I’m Reading

Gil and Levitt 2006. “Testing the Efficiency of Markets in the 2002 World Cup.”UNDP Report: Trade on Human Terms — Transforming Trade for Human Development in Asia and the Pacific

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Chinese Labor Trends – Redux

The ever-helpful noted an article in the NYT on the problem of the aging Chinese labor force. The article was by Howard French, and the piece seemed very familiar to me. In fact, hadn’t French already written an article … Continue reading

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China factoid of the day

Cite – from NRDC via Worldwatch: According to China’s Ministry of Education, 4.13 million students will graduate from universities and colleges in 2006, 750,000 more than last year and three times the number in 2001. (emphasis added) Isn’t there something … Continue reading

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