The Economists Voice is a publishing forum for professional economists that seeks to fill the gap between op-ed pages of newspapers and scholarly journal articles. Published by Walter de Gruyter, the forum brings to bear scholarly work and academic perspectives on policy issues that are of broad concern. It is edited by Professor Joseph Stiglitz, along with Jeffrey Zwiebel and Michael Cragg. Its articles are published by the Columbia University Press.
The ISM Report On Business ®, popularly known as the ISM Report, is the collective name for two monthly reports, the Manufacturing ISM Report On Business ® and the Non-Manufacturing ISM Report On Business ®, published by Institute for Supply Management. The ROB is based on a national survey of purchasing managers tracking changes in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors. It is considered to be one of the most reliable economic barometers of the U.S. economy and gives an important early look at the health of the nation’s economy. In addition to being market moving, the ROB makes an important contribution to the American statistical system and to economic policy. It also has one of the shortest reporting lags of any macroeconomic series.
The Non-Manufacturing ISM Report on Business is a purchasing survey of the United States service economy, published by the Institute for Supply Management since June 1998. Its results are a popular economic indicator and forecaster. The survey is currently written by Anthony Nieves, C.P.M., CFPM, the Senior Vice President of Supply Management for Hilton Hotels Corporation. Its primary index is the Non-Manufacturing Business Activity Index. The other indices are Inventory Sentiment Employment Inventories Backlog of Orders Supplier Deliveries Prices New Orders New Export Orders Imports Business Activity, New Orders, Imports, and Employment indices are seasonally adjusted. All data points from this survey are made available at US Macro > > Non-Manufacturing ISM Report on Business link outdated, 404 The report is based on data compiled from monthly replies to questions asked of more than 370 purchasing and supply executives in over 62 different industries representing nine divisions from the Standard Industrial Classification categories.
The Philadelphia Fed Report, formally known as the Business Outlook Survey and sometimes abbreviated as BOS, is a monthly survey produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia which questions manufacturers on general business conditions. The index covers the Third Federal Reserve District, namely covers eastern and central Pennsylvania, the nine southern counties of New Jersey, and Delaware. The report is sometimes also called the Philadelphia Fed Index because it includes reporting of some index values.
The Poor Pay More is a 1967 book published by David Caplovitz. It is a sociology study of what could be called the "poverty penalty", which is a concept that poor people pay more for the same goods and services as people with more money do. Esther Peterson cited the book as being important for understanding contemporary consumer problems. In 2010 a researcher cited the book as still being relevant.
The Regulatory News Service transmits regulatory and non-regulatory information published by companies and organisations allowing them to comply with local market transparency legislation. It is owned by the London Stock Exchange and distributes over 70% of UK company news and results announcements and over 40% of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission filings on behalf of FTSE 100 companies, amounting to over 1.000 announcements a day.
SigFig is an investment portal that uses the wiki format. It is available online and via an app. Wikinvest was also a winner in the 2008 SXSW Interactive Web Awards.
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