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  1. Oct 2019
    1. Those higher prices are a burden for businesses that use metals, which account for a far higher share of American jobs. They are doubly disadvantaged as inputs become pricier and overseas competitors can undercut them

      Explain the increase in imported input prices on aggregate supply.

    2. Plants are opening all over the US, Steelworkers are working again, and big dollars are flowing into our Treasury

      How does this look like in a demand/supply graph?

  2. Aug 2016
    1. Page XVII

      Borgman on scholars access to information in the developed world

      Scholars in the developed world have 24/7 access to the literature of their fields, a growing amount of research data, and sophisticated research tools and services.

  3. Jul 2016
  4. Jun 2016
    1. The index was put together by industry leaders from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google for Education, IDEO, IBIS Capital, Kaizen Private Equity, Learn Capital, LinkedIN, Times Higher Education and TES Global, the parent company of TES.

      Suitably “global”, underlining the inequalities inherent in the system.

  5. Mar 2016
    1. Shelton, R. D., Foland, P., & Gorelskyy, R. (2009). Do new SCI journals have a different national bias?Scientometrics, 79(2), 351–363. doi:
    2. Yousefi-Nooraie, R., Shakiba, B., & Mortaz-Hejri, S. (2006). Country development and manuscript selec-tion bias: A review of published studies.BMC Medical Research Methodology, 6, 37

      On developing countries and science