Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Economist – Education in South Africa

This is the article I read about Education in South Africa.

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Education

This chapter presented a unique view and an analysis to schooling in poor countries. The article that I read in the Economist touched on the similar problems of schooling in South Africa. What I found interesting in the article I … Continue reading

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The housing crash of 2008 is something that really interests me. Not only did it play a major role in shaping our economy but financial markets collapsed because of it. I am taking a deeper look into  the housing bubble’s adverse affect on minority wealth … Continue reading

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Accepting the Norm?

After reading the first three chapters of Poor Economics, I am throughly enjoying the book. I appreciate how the authors present both sides of problems by giving case studies and follows up by giving statistical information to allow the reader … Continue reading

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