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Items Tagged with 'Calvin College'
The method takes into account the economic impact of resource depletion.
Standard practice for determining a country’s economic growth and overall wealth has been to look at gross domestic product, but two Calvin College professors argue GDP is an outdated measurement tool that doesn’t take into account the value of natural resources or the impact of their depletion on an economy. Read More
Local academic institutions are riding the wave of a strengthening economy.
West Michigan-based academic institutions were among colleges and universities in the nation that experienced an increase in charitable contributions during 2014 — the strongest gain in voluntary support since 2000. Read More
Economists from Aquinas, Calvin, Cornerstone and Hope take a shot at it.
Only time will tell — about a year, actually — if there was a slam-dunk victory at the Economic Symposium: State of the Economy & Outlook for 2015 held at Aquinas College. Read More
Bethany Weaver, the young CEO of Legal Copy Services, tries not to draw attention to her age.
Bethany Weaver, CEO of Legal Copy Services, is a little self-conscious about her age and would rather not make an issue of it. Read More
State approval results in curriculum that trains students to teach Chinese.
To meet the growing demand for Chinese language instruction, a Grand Rapids liberal arts college has become one of the few academic institutions in the state to offer a Chinese language education program. Read More