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AEA: The abbreviation for, the American Economic Association, an organization of over 25,000 professional economists. Founded in 1885, this premier top-of-the-economic-association-list publishes the prestigious American Economic Review, arguably THE number one scholarly U.S. economic journal and the Journal of Economic Literature, arguably THE number one index of economic journal publications. The AEA, as acronymically inclined economists call it, also sponsors an annual conference where professional economists present scholarly papers on their latest scholarly research.

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EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF CENTRAL BANKS: The consolidation of the central banks of the member nations of the European Union, together with the European Central Bank, to oversee monetary policy. A major aspect of the Economic and Monetary Union has been coordinate the actions of distinct, independent nations under a single authority, which could probably not be achieved without the European System of Central Banks. The European System of Central Banks is comparable to the Federal Reserve System of the United States.

     See also | European Union | Economic and Monetary Union | euro | Maastricht Treaty | monetary policy | Euro zone | Federal Reserve System | European Commission |


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VOTING PROBLEMS

Voting is a key source of government inefficiency because it can fail to provided leaders with a valid indication of society's preferences. Part of the inefficiency rests with utility-maximizing decisions of the voters, who choose rational ignorance (not to be informed) and rational abstention (not to participate), both of which lead to voter apathy and influential special interest groups. Part of the inefficiency rests with the voting process, which results in importance of the median voter, inconsistency of the voting paradox, and logrolling (vote-trading ) among voters.

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The portion of aggregate output U.S. citizens pay in taxes (30%) is less than the other six leading industrialized nations -- Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, or Japan.
"There is at least one point in the history of any company when you have to change dramatically to rise to the next level of performance. Miss that moment, and you start to decline. "

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