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Bernie’s Scandinavian Model: Punisher or Revolutionary? 1

By Mikel Hansen   College tuition rates have rapidly increased over the past decade. University costs have increased nearly 6 percent above inflation, making it the commodity that has increased the most in the past decade.   However, not only

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UNLV students join NAIOP on Back to the Future bus tour

By Lokelani Higa UNLV students had the opportunity to see some of Southern Nevada’s current major development projects last Thursday on a bus tour hosted by NAIOP. NAIOP Southern Nevada is part of the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, a

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More stimulus money is needed

More governmental intervention is needed to battle unemployment I do not care who you are or whether you pay attention to politics. If you know anything basic about economics you must have realized that the Obama administration’s stimulus plan has

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Bail out or back off?

Bail out or back off? Brookings Institute lecturer talks fiscal policy

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Restructuring not enough for General Motors

Unions, contracts, useless brands keep GM unprofitable

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G-20: Solutions will not come without support from Third World

The G-20 summit is beginning to resemble an operatic show more apt for a Friday night showing than a solution-granting gathering.

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Will this be the end of capitalism?

Protests in Europe remind of grave challenges to ideology

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Club offers stimulus for students

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The UNLV Economics Society is reaching out to new membership, offering an educated perspective on the financial future and opportunities for students to learn from their peers.

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Capitalism must swallow the pill of recovery

Intervention bruises free markets but it doesn’t destroy them

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