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Tag Archives: economics
Prototype Day, 2015
Every Small Business Development Volunteer in Nicaragua shares one work activity in common: entrepreneurship education in high schools. In Senior year of the Nicaraguan equivalent of Home Economics class, the curriculum is based solely on entrepreneurship. However, many of the teachers … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Philosophy, Teaching, Work Tagged business school, Christian, clapping, economics, El Salvador, Evangelical, Evangelical Christian, exchange rate, intermediate product, intermediate products, manufacturing, marketing, milkshakes, Nicaragua, Peace Corps, Peace Corps Nicaragua, plantains, presentations, production, products, prototype, smoothies, tamales, teen pregnancy, teenage pregnancy, university, US Peace Corps, value added, value-added chain, value-added production 3 Comments
Where’d I Go?
In a word, nowhere. It has been a few weeks since I last made a post on this blog (I’ve put up quite a few posts on my economics blog though). The reason for my blogging absence is nothing less … Continue reading
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I’ve got some exciting news. I have a new blog – The Economics Of … I used to write economics articles for a friend’s blog, but I’m branching off now. The first post on The Economics Of … Ebola should … Continue reading
Posted in Technology Tagged blog, ebola, economics, politics, Spolitomics, sports, Uber 2 Comments