Roy Hill the mega iron-ore project is the recipient of the Project of the Year Award at the 2016 Project Management Institute Australian Awards. At which Mrs Gina Rinehart, Chairman of Roy Hill Holdings spoke of the 4000 government approvals, permits, and licenses required pre-construction.[i] The ultimate scope of red tape in Australia is troublesome, … Continue reading Roy Hill’s 4,000 Government Approvals
U.S. Justice of Department accused and warned that Berkeley through the edX platform for massive open online courses, and videos on YouTube and iTunes University content don’t meet federal requirements for accessibility in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). While, the content is offered for free, making it accessible to those who could … Continue reading Free Online Course Content May Be Scrapped Following U.S. DOJ Limited Access Violation
When you thought Brexit was the best libertarian breakup of all time… comes a humorous series about getting government out of our lives Directed to those people who are all for governments, and outright deny any conclusion that free markets work better without much regulation. There is a series made especially for you, and can … Continue reading Brexit: First Date to Mandate Trailer
Now Uber (the ride-sharing private market transport service) provides the government benefits, it is now set to be legalised in Victoria following other state governments. Under new changes announced by the NSW Government, Uber and GoCatch will have their insurance premiums calculated their GPS data. “The Government has been working on this for 15 months, … Continue reading Uber GoCatch Drivers Pay More For GPS Plan
A textbook definition of macroeconomics says that “[it] is the study of the economy as a whole, including growth in incomes, changes in prices, and the rate of unemployment.” (Mankiw, 2010) Extending over global, regional and national economies. Economists advise on policies for the government regarding important economic indicators. Macroeconomics though can often cause mistakes … Continue reading What is Macroeconomics?
Policy uncertainty is a set of economic risk amid an uncertain future surrounding a government policy. Such periods of policy uncertainty and of which are esteemed as the prosperous ones are during the U.S. history of Roosevelt’s first term as president and during Lyndon B. Jonson’s first years as president. (Higgs, 2009) “In these periods, … Continue reading Regime & Policy Uncertainty
Patrick McLaughlin visualizes the United States growth of the federal regulation since 1950, see the video here Source: (McLaughlin, 2014). Often regulation growth is seen as a good thing, in which it promotes the common good. Now, at least they are correct in the sense that society requires a small amount of regulation to coordinate … Continue reading Visualizing Federal Regulation Growth Since 1950