Archive for the ‘ Economics ’ Category

London School of Economics

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I’ve recently applied to the London School of Economics MPA Programme focusing on European Public & Economic Policy. This programme sounds perfect for my career interest. I’m very interested in economic policy, social policy, growth & development.  I would also be very comfortable relocating to any English, French speaking country within the European Union.

Le portail de l’Union européenne

Gateway to the European Union

I’ve got everything I need; Determination, Dedication, Persistence and most importantly………

British Sterling

British Sterling

Remise des Diplômes (Matriculation to Convocation)

Monsieur Français' traveling office. (Roosevelt University)

Monsieur Français' traveling office.

During my Environmental Biology lecture I realised that in one month (May 16, 2009) I will no longer have obligations. The daily schedule that consisted of lectures, seminars and revisions will cease. My plans for after graduation are a bit jangled up. Being accepted into a choice law school would be ideal, however my examination scores have somewhat marred the possibilities of that happening. I would love to apply to several of the Graduate Economic programmes with institutions like the London School of Economics & Political Science, London Metropolitan University, and University College London. So as you can see I’ve got London on the brain. I truly enjoyed it and look forward to studying and residing there.

What do you think?

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Any post graduate suggestions are welcome?

Tell me what to do.

Protectionnisme : la tentation permanente

Promis, juré, ils ne se laisseront pas rattraper par les vieux démons. “Nous nous sommes engagés aujourd’hui à faire tout ce qui est nécessaire pour (…) promouvoir le commerce mondial et rejeter le protectionnisme”, ont assuré les dirigeants du G20, jeudi 2 avril, à l’issue du sommet de Londres. Dont acte.

G20 Fun

G20 Fun

Cette déclaration de principes serait toutefois plus crédible si les principaux poids lourds de la planète n’avaient, depuis quelques mois, remis à l’honneur des pratiques qu’ils s’évertuent à brocarder. Comme le triplement annoncé des taxes américaines sur le roquefort, la fermeture du marché chinois au porc irlandais ou l’établissement par le gouvernement indonésien d’une liste noire de 500 produits étrangers.  Afficher tout