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The worst economic crises of all time

Economic and financial stability are crucial focal points for any successful society, but constant nuances and fluctuations can occasionally make these variables hard to manage, which in turn can lead to times of crisis. Unfortunately, there are have been several significant economic crises that have occurred throughout history all over the world. Below are a […]

The best economics apps in 2017

Whether you are dedicated economics student or a seasoned stock market player, modern technology — namely the smartphone revolution — has made the economics world a more efficient and easy-to-access environment for millions of people nationwide. There are a variety of mobile apps that have simplified some of the most confusing or difficult aspects of […]

Social factors that affect economic development

Here are a few major social factors that tend to affect economic development.

The Evolution of New York City’s 421-a Tax Exemption

In the 1970’s, 421-a was created to stimulate housing development at a time when residential construction rates were dropping in New York City. In exchange for constructing new housing, the city agreed to make owners exempt from paying the increase in property taxes that resulted from the new construction for anywhere from 10-25 years. Once […]

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