Inflation has declined over time, at least at the upper end of the distribution. There is no evidence that commitment devices such as inflation targeting have reduced inflation, but in SSA the sample is confined to two countries. Inflation typically spikes after a devaluation, and is sensitive to supply side shocks. Strangely, the Redmi K20 […]

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This paper explores whether the increased vulnerability of children of anxious parents to develop anxiety disorders may be partially explained by these children having increased cognitive biases towards threat compared with children of non anxious parents. Parents completed questionnaires about their child’s anxiety symptoms. Children aged 5 9 (n = 85) participated in two cognitive […]

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Unlikely walk in stores, online shops will never run out of any brand stock. Consumers can be assured that what they want will be delivered and always available unlike in grocery stores which are likely to be filled within few days, making smokers waiting and returning. Buying cigarette cheaply online will not be so painful […]

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Notwithstanding the fact that final results will only be available on July 22, Abdullah has rejected the preliminary numbers and alleged “industrial scale fraud” in the polling process. The charges are bolstered by Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission itself, which has admitted to violations and is currently auditing thousands of votes. Despite encouraging levels of participation […]

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Should the federal government or the state regulate firearms sales and registration? That is the debate concerning Rep. Timothy Krieger bill to replace Pennsylvania gun regulation system with the federal plan, once it in place. Looks good on paper, but lawmakers must be careful to avoid a time gap between the two. Take any threat […]

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