May 25, 2022
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With Euro area real wages falling at 4% what can the ECB do?
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Shadow Banking… — Brian Romanchuk
Links — 24 May 2022 Part 1
New home sales get walloped
[Nexa3D in Business Wire] Nexa3D to Launch XiP Desktop 3D Printer, Expanded Ultrafast Portfolio at RAPID + TCT
[Rewire in Fintech & Finance News] New Rewire Insurance to Cover Migrants’ Families in the Philippines
[Arbe Robotics in PMW] Former Porsche LMP technical director Hitzinger joins automotive radar developer Arbe Robotics
[Arcadia in Technical.ly] Climate tech company Arcadia is now a unicorn
[Arcadia in VentureBeat] Arcadia aggregates energy data for companies to build climate-friendly products, raises $200M
[People.AI in PR Newswire] People.ai recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s best places to work for 2022
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With Euro area real wages falling at 4% what can the ECB do? How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Shadow Banking… — Brian Romanchuk Links — 24 May 2022 Part 1 New home sales get walloped [Nexa3D in Business Wire] Nexa3D to Launch XiP Desktop 3D Printer, Expanded Ultrafast Portfolio at RAPID + TCT [Rewire in Fintech & Finance News] New Rewire Insurance to Cover Migrants’ Families in the Philippines [Arbe Robotics in PMW] Former Porsche LMP technical director Hitzinger joins automotive radar developer Arbe Robotics [Arcadia in Technical.ly] Climate tech company Arcadia is now a unicorn [Arcadia in VentureBeat] Arcadia aggregates energy data for companies to build climate-friendly products, raises $200M [People.AI in PR Newswire] People.ai recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s best places to work for 2022
Apr
2022
10

The federal government is spending $1.6 billion over 10 years to take university research across the ‘valley of death’ to commercialisation

The federal government is spending .6 billion over 10 years to take university research across the ‘valley of death’ to commercialisation

The federal government is investing $2.2 billion for university research commercialisation which would place “university innovation and industry collaboration front and centre of Australia’s economic recovery.” Part of this funding includes $1.6 billion over ten years for Australia’s Economic Accelerator – a

Apr
2022
10

Calling economics PhD students

Calling economics PhD students

Thanks to a couple of train journeys – upcoming travel is going to be so good for my work-related reading! – I read again The Economist’s Craft: An Introduction to Research, Publishing and Professional Development by Michael Weisbach. Again, because I looked