The emerging model of the night markets

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New models of consuming and socializing A growing number of people prefers spending free time at the so called “night markets” instead of going to the traditional restaurants. Especially, this innovative format is prevalent in Asia where everyone can find cheap and excellent food like tyrofoam bowl brimming with peach-coloured laksa, prawns curling round noodles slithering […]

Privacy concerns in the digital era

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The current technological revolution has already started to create personal and business opportunities. For instance, the digitalization reduces geographic constraints so that the sharing economy is encouraged. In addition, the huge amount of information – the so called big data – is now available; thus, the business offering is better customized. Though, the same innovative revolution “come at […]

Joseph Stiglitz and climate change

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9 Ways To Prove Joe Stiglitz Is Right About Climate Change Hurting The Economy Economist Joseph Stiglitz recently announced that he believes climate change is the most important issue facing the U.S. economy today. Certainly, climate change is serious global issue, but how exactly will it affect the U.S. economy? What follows are some statistics on climate […]