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Moaning about the rising price of oil and gasoline has become part of our daily routine. We expect rising gas prices because . . . . Well, because, in our experience, that’s what gas prices do. But then, they didn’t! The price of gasoline began falling last summer . . . and it kept falling and kept falling – until the national average price in January was $2.05/gallon. #HowCanThatBe? Use the economic way of thinking and Economic Reasoning Propositions 3&4 to figure it out.Deadline For Student Applications is Monday, March 2
Deadline for Student Applications to Economics for Leaders is March 2
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The potential for a “chocapocalypse” isn’t just advertising hype. Take a walk through the store and check out the price of chocolate. The boxes and bags – and even good old chocolate chips – are pretty pricey. (And, just sayin’, chocolate chip cookies without the chocolate chips . . . )Perspectives From and On the Federal Reserve System Conference
April 23-25, 2015: Key Bridge Marriott, Arlington, VA.
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“Perspectives From and On the Federal Reserve System”
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