Archives tagged: economics

The New Invisible Hand: Five Revolutions in the Digital Economy

The New Invisible Hand

By Kyle T. Westra July 17, 2019

My book The New Invisible Hand will be released at the end of July. This book is for you if you’ve ever…

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Top 6 – January 2019

By Tim J. Smith, PhD January 30, 2019

“Financial rating agency Standard & Poor’s analyzed the cost of the partial government shutdown on the United States economy and found it…

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What Stock Market Volatility Tells Us

By James T. Berger January 30, 2019

One thing is for sure, it’s virtually impossible to predict the stock market. In many ways, the stock market might be compared to a day at the racetrack. Predicting today or tomorrow’s winners is virtually impossible. What we can do very well is explain why something happened after it happened.

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Tariffs Defy Traditional Marketing and Pricing Thinking

By James T. Berger March 26, 2018

Not only will the American economy be hurt, these actions by an American President with very limited knowledge about economics, will affect the economies of many nations.

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“Disruptive Innovation” Key to America’s Future

By James T. Berger November 16, 2017

The creation of the automobile was not a disruptive innovation but Henry Ford’s development of the assembly line was. The creation of the iPhone might be regarded as destructive innovation, but the advances in the technology are clearly sustaining innovation.

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Strategic Movements: November 2017

By Tim J. Smith, PhD November 16, 2017

Apple and Qualcomm are in a feud. Issue: Qualcomm makes and holds patents over much of the modem chips that handle communications between wireless devices and cellular networks. Actions: Apple sued Qualcomm over market dominance, and Qualcomm responded by withholding software required to configure their next-gen chips.

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