[Study Notes] Macroeconomics – Fiscal & Monetary Policies

The economy is controlled by two policies:

  • Fiscal (by Government): Taxes and Expenditures
  • Monetary (by Central Bank): Money supply and Interest rate

THE FOLLOWING NOTES ARE THE BASIC CONCEPTS IN THE MAINSTREAM (CAPITALISTIC, NEO-CLASSICAL) ECONOMICS.

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[Ludwig Wittgenstein] Philosophical Investigations

  • Title: Philosophical Investigations: The German Text, with a Revised English Translation 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition
  • Author: Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • Published: 1953
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 3 edition (Dec. 2001)
  • ISBN-10: 0631231277
  • ISBN-13: 978-0631231271
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[Study Notes] Macroeconomics – Unemployment

Unemployment is one of the widely used barometers to check the current economic status. Therefore it is natural that unemployment is the main topic of macroeconomics.

THE FOLLOWING NOTES ARE THE BASIC CONCEPTS IN THE MAINSTREAM (CAPITALISTIC, NEO-CLASSICAL) ECONOMICS.

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Machine Learning Lifecycle

Machine Learning builds the mathematical model (algorithm) to make predictions without explicit programming based on the sample (training) data.

Machine Learning Lifecycle is the process that defines each step that an organization can follow to take advantage of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to achieve practical business value.

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[Thomas Piketty] CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century

  • Title: CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century
  • Author: Thomas Piketty
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Translated: Arthur Goldhammer (2014)
  • ISDN-13: 978-0-674-43000-6

Piketty’s “CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century” aims that there is a scientific approach to determine what (economic) factors cause inequality of wealth. Piketty relies on statistical and historical data to back up his hypothesis.

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