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武汉蔡甸人民医院包皮环切手术费用多少钱武汉华夏门诊电话武汉华夏男子地址 Every newspaper picture editor knows the score. If it’s a story about trade, it gets illustrated with a photo of a gargantuan cargo ship piled high with containers. And every amateur apostle of the free market, along with a few government ministers, knows that all you need to do to win an argument about trade is to cite the theory of comparative advantage and you’re pretty much done.任何一位报纸图片编辑都知道这个套路。如果这是一篇有关贸易的报道,与之搭配的图片就应该展现一艘巨大的货轮,船上集装箱高高堆起。任何一位自由市场的业余倡导者以及一些政府部门的部长也都知道,要想在有关贸易的争论中取胜,你只需要引用一下比较优势理论。Much public understanding about trade and globalisation is either scant or trapped in models and realities that owe more to the 20th century, and sometimes the 19th, than to today. At a moment when the downsides of trade and globalisation are cited as causes of Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the rise of rightwing populism in Europe, getting the analysis right is a matter of rather more than academic interest.公众对贸易和全球化的认识要么匮乏,要么陷在模型或实例中走不出来,而且这些模型或实例通常更多反映的是二十世纪、有时甚至是十九世纪的情况,而非当下的现实。鉴于贸易和全球化的负面影响在当下被用作解释英国脱欧、唐纳德#8226;特朗普(Donald Trump)当选美国总统以及右翼民粹主义在欧洲兴起的原因,进行正确的分析就不仅仅是学术界感兴趣的问题了。Enter, with exemplary timing, this excellent book by Richard Baldwin, an academic with a strong applied focus, who combines a professorship at the Graduate Institute in Geneva with the presidency of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, a renowned network of economists.这本来自理查德#8226;鲍德温(Richard Baldwin)的杰作对上市时间的把握堪称典范。鲍德温是一位高度重视研究现实问题的学者,他是日内瓦国际研究所(Graduate Institute in Geneva)的教授,同时还是经济政策研究中心(Centre for Economic Policy Research)的主席。后者是一个颇具声望的经济学家联盟。For its time and as far as it goes, the 19th-century theory of comparative advantage is fine. Countries specialise in what they are relatively good at: high-wage and capital-rich 19th-century Europe did higher-technology industry, poorer countries such as India did agriculture and small-scale manufactures. Thus, given the productivity gains in manufacturing, began the “Great Divergence” that meant the richer countries pulling away from the rest.就其所产生的年代及其所讨论的深度而言,诞生于19世纪的比较优势理论是很好的。国家应专注于自身相对擅长的领域:例如十九世纪时高工资、资本充裕的欧洲国家就大力发展了技术含量较高的工业,印度等收入较低的国家就主要发展农业和小型制造业。因此,在制造业生产率提升的影响下,“大分裂”(Great Divergence)发生了,而这意味着高收入国家相对于世界其他地区的领先优势拉大。But Baldwin’s analysis notes this was only one form of globalisation. His framework posits three “cascading constraints” that hold back the globalisation of markets, namely the costs of moving goods, ideas and people. Initially, all were bundled together: early societies stayed where they were, passed down information to the next generation and ate what they grew. The first wave of globalisation that created the Great Divergence expanded markets via the falling cost of transporting physical goods, thanks to the steamship and the railway.但鲍德温的分析指出,这只是全球化的一种表现形式。他的分析框架提出了三种阻碍市场全球化的“逐层递进限制”,即货物运输成本、观念传播成本以及人员流动成本。最初这三种成本是混合在一起的:在早期社会形态中,人们几乎不怎么离开居住地,把信息传递给下一代,吃的也是自己种植生产的食物。导致了“大分裂”的第一波全球化浪潮通过降低实体货物运输成本拓展了市场空间,这主要归功于蒸汽船和铁路的出现。But the globalisation that began around 1990 and led to the astonishing rise — in fact, re-emergence — of China and other emerging market giants reflected a relaxation of the constraint on ideas. Digitisation and communications allowed the monitoring and control of supply chains that had previously been bundled together in one economy to be split up into dozens or hundreds of stages, which were then allocated to producers around the globe according to efficiency and cost.而始于1990年前后、推动了中国和其他主要新兴市场经济体崛起——更准确的说是重新崛起——的那一轮全球化浪潮反映了限制观念传播因素的放松。数字化以及现代通讯使得监督控制供应链的过程可以分散化,将过去集中在一个经济体境内的生产线分拆为数十道甚至上百道工序,并根据成本和效率指标分发给世界各地的生产商。Baldwin describes very well how this changes the simple country-by-country focus of comparative advantage, with some real-world case studies. South Korea, for example, shifted from its original model of operating an entire car industry at home to setting up an international automotive supply chain. With production processes being broken up into individual pieces and tasks, the sophistication goes to finer degrees. Some groups of workers, who can provide the necessary skills for the cheapest rate, prosper; some languish. Manufacturing sectors in rich countries require workers with very different skills, historically more typical of the service sector, such as management and design.鲍德温出色刻画了这一新情况是如何改变各个国家单纯侧重于本国比较优势的做法的,并对一些真实案例进行了讨论。例如,韩国改变了最初在国内运营一整条汽车生产线的模式,转而建设国际化的汽车供应链。随着制造流程被打碎成了一个个单一任务,复杂的生产过程进入了一个更加精细的阶段。部分工人群体发展壮大——他们能以最低的工资提供必要的技能;部分群体逐渐没落。高收入国家的制造业部门需要工人具备非常不同的技能,例如管理和设计能力,而过去对这些技能的要求常见于务业。Just as South Korea has changed, so newly industrialising countries are less keen on setting up entire industries at home and instead try to insert themselves into global supply chains. Sometimes this means changing, not just exploiting, their comparative advantage. Baldwin cites Vietnam, which joined Honda’s supply network by starting to manufacture motorcycle parts using production and technical expertise imported from the parent company. Thus Vietnam’s existing advantage of low-cost labour joined with the management and technical know-how of Japan to create a new specialism. Those economies that succeed can grow very quickly, producing a “Great Convergence” of poor and rich that provides the book’s title.正如韩国的转变一样,其他新兴工业化国家也不再那么急于把整个产业都布局在国内,而是试图引导本国企业融入全球供应链。有时这意味着这些国家需要改变自身的比较优势、而不仅仅是利用。鲍德温举了越南的例子,该国加入了本田(Honda)的供应网络,开始运用引进自本田母公司的生产技术制造托车零部件。由此,越南现有的低成本劳动力优势与日本的管理和技术经验结合在了一起,创造出了一种新的专长。那些获得成功的经济体能以很快的速度增长,进而导致了穷国和富国之间的“大融合”(Great Convergence),这也正是鲍德温这本书的书名。This framework explains a lot about current tensions around globalisation. For one, the stricken manufacturing towns of the American Midwest, many of whose poorer inhabitants switched to voting for Donald Trump, have experienced first-hand what it feels like rapidly to become a redundant link in a global value chain. (Much of this also owes to changing technology, not trade, but as the US trade representative Michael Froman is fond of saying, no one gets a vote on technology.)这个框架能从很多方面解释当前围绕全球化的紧张氛围。其一是,美国中西部地区受冲击的制造业城镇——这些地方的大量低收入居民将选票投给了唐纳德#8226;特朗普——亲身感受到了在全球价值链中迅速变得多余的滋味。(这种变化在很大程度上是由技术进步而非贸易导致的,但正如美国贸易代表迈克#8226;弗罗曼(Mike Froman)喜欢说的那样,人们无法对技术进行投票。)Second, it shows why modern trade deals, such as the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the US and EU, are centred on rules protecting patents and copyrights, and allowing foreign corporations to sue governments if they feel their investments are being expropriated. Multinationals are less concerned with goods tariffs, which are now generally low and belong to an earlier era of trade governance, than they are with trying to protect the specialist knowledge on which their global supply chains depend.其二是,该框架展现了现代贸易协议——例如美国与欧盟之间仍在谈判的《跨大西洋贸易与投资伙伴关系协定》(Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership)——为何把重点放在了保护专利和版权的规则,以及允许外国企业在认为自身投资被侵吞的情况下起诉政府的规则。比起目前总体处于较低水平、属于贸易管制时代之物的商品关税,跨国公司如今更关心的是保护自己的全球供应链所依存的专业知识。It also foresees the future of globalisation once technology has relaxed the third constraint, the movement of people. The easier it becomes to manage processes from afar — improved conferencing, remote-controlled robots — the more virtual immigration can substitute for actual and the specialisation of global supply chains proceed even faster.该书还预测了在科技发展放松了对人员流动的限制之后全球化的未来走向。远程管理生产流程变得越容易——例如依靠更好的视频会议技术或远程操纵机器人——虚拟人员迁移就越是能够代替实际迁移,全球供应链将以比以往更快的速度走向专门化。Baldwin’s work seems likely to become a standard, perhaps indispensable, guide to understanding how globalisation has got us here and where it is likely to take us next. There can be few more vital subjects today that will benefit from this sort of clear and comprehensive exposition.鲍德温的这本著作很可能将成为帮助我们理解全球化如何带领我们走到现在、以及下一步将引领我们走向何方的标准读物,甚至可能是必读之书。就当前而言,在能够受益于这种清晰而全面的论述的议题中,没有几个能比全球化议题更重要了。The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization, by Richard Baldwin, Harvard University Press, RRP#163;22.95/.95, 344 pages《大融合:信息技术与新型全球化》(The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization),理查德#8226;鲍德温著,哈佛大学出版社(Harvard University Press),建议零售价22.95英镑/29.95美元,344页Alan Beattie is the FT’s Brussels leader writer艾伦#8226;贝蒂(Alan Beattie)是英国金融时报驻布鲁塞尔主笔 /201701/487474Bad habits are among the worst enemies of living life to the fullest. Why? Because habit is something we do over and over again. While we do other kinds of mistakes occasionally, bad habit is something we do consistently over time. If even one mistake can drag your life down, you can imagine what kind of damage bad habits can do.To make matters worse, often we don’t realize that we have bad habits. We think that we just live our life as usual while we are actually making mistakes again and again. It’s like having leaks in our ship without realizing it.So breaking bad habits should be among your top priorities to get the most out of your life. If you do it right, and you are on your way to make significant improvements in your life.The first step to breaking the bad habits is to identify them. Only after identifying them can you decide to do something about them. Here are two tips for identifying the bad habits you might have:1. Compare your life with your value systemDo you live according to your value system? Or do you deviate from it here and there? Your value system acts like a compass that guides your life. When you do things that are not according to your life compass, you know that you have a problem. So look for things you consistently do that deviate from your value system. Those are your bad habits.2. Compare your life with a role modelSometimes it’s easier to compare your life with someone else’s life than to compare it with an abstract value system. So find people whose life you want to emulate and find the details of how they live their life. Is there anything they don’t do that you consistently do? For instance, perhaps they are never late. You, on the other hand, are perpetually late. That’s a bad habit you should stop.The next step after identifying the bad habits is to break them. I’m glad I found some good tips for it in the book Become a Better You by Joel Osteen. While the book is based on Christian principles, many lessons in it are universally applicable including its suggestions on breaking bad habits. Here are four tips to stop bad habits based on the book:1. Quit feeding the bad habitThere are two “wolves” inside us that fight each other. One wolf represents good habits while the other represents bad habits. Which wolf will win the fight? The answer is the one you feed. So breaking bad habit is actually simple: just stop feeding it. Leave the bad habit starve and you are on your way to get it away from your life.2. Replace it with a good habitQuit feeding the bad habit is essential but it’s not enough. You must also replace it with a good habit. Otherwise there is an empty space in your life where the bad habit could go back to anytime.So develop a good habit to replace the bad habit. For instance, if you have the habit of thinking negative thoughts, you should replace it with the habit of thinking positive thoughts. Whenever negative thoughts come, use it as a trigger to start thinking positive thoughts. Or if you have the habit of eating unhealthy food, you can start developing the habit of eating healthy food. Just don’t leave the space empty.3. Press past the initial pain and discomfortWhen breaking a bad habit, the beginning of the process is the most difficult. Just like getting a space shuttle lifted off the Earth takes enormous amount of power, it also takes enormous amount of willpower to break a bad habit. And just like moving a space shuttle that has escaped the Earth’s gravitational pull takes little energy, it also takes only little amount of willpower to continue doing your new habit.The initial phase is the most difficult, but it will become easier and easier over time. So whenever you think that it’s too difficult to stay on course, just remember that it won’t be so for long. You just have to keep moving forward.4. Make “no exceptions” policyOnce you decide to break a bad habit, stick with your decision. Make no exceptions to come back to it for whatever reason. I know it’s not easy (at least for me), but this step is essential if you want the process to get easier over time. Making exceptions is like taking a space shuttle back to Earth; you need another enormous amount of power to lift it off again. So be careful not to make exceptions when you are dealing with bad habits.These four tips are simple but powerful. Using the feeding analogy, the tips to break a bad habit boil down to this:Quit feeding the bad habit. Feed a good one instead.What do you think? 坏习惯是阻碍生活变得充实完美的最大杀手。为什么呢?因为习惯是一件我们不断重复的事情。一些错误我们偶尔会犯,然而我们的坏习惯是不间断的。即使是一个错误都可以拖累你的生活,你可以想象一下坏习惯能带来多大的危害。更糟糕的是。我们通常不会意识到我们的坏习惯。我们认为我们只不过和平常一样地生活,然而我们的的确确,一次又一次地在犯错。这就好像我们没有意识到我们的船有漏洞一样。因此改变你的坏习惯必须成为你生活的重中之重。一旦你纠正了坏习惯,那么你就为改善你的生活走出了极其重要的一步。改掉坏习惯的第一步是发现它们。只有意识到坏习惯,你才能针对它们有所行动。以下两个小窍门就是教你如何发现你可能有的坏习惯。对比一下你的生活和你的价值观你是否按照你的价值观来生活呢?又或者你的生活方式常常与价值观有所出入?你的价值观其作用如同导航你生活的罗盘。当你的行动与你生活的罗盘方向不同时,你可以知道你出了点问题。因此寻找一下那些与你价值观不符却又常常发生的行为。那些就是你的坏习惯。对比一下你的生活和模范的生活比起拿你的生活和抽象的价值观对比,有时候和其他人的生活作比较更容易。因此找一下你理想生活的典范,并分析他们生活的细节。看看有什么事是你常干他们却不做的。比如,也许他们从来不迟到。而你,正相反,一直会迟到。那就是你必须改正的坏习惯。意识到坏习惯后,第二步就是改掉它们。很开心我在Joel Osteen的《完善自我》一书中找到了几个对付坏习惯的方法。这本书基于基督教的教义,其中许多是经验教训示广为适用,包括如何改变坏习惯的建议。基于这本书,以下给出四则贴士,教你如何改掉坏习惯。1.停止“饲养”坏习惯我们体内有两匹“狼”,它们争斗不休。一匹狼代表了好习惯而另外一匹代表坏习惯。哪匹狼会在争斗中胜出呢?由你决定。所以停止坏习惯其实很简单:只要停止“饲养”坏习惯。让坏习惯自生自灭,这样你就可以让它从你的生活里出局。2.用好习惯替代坏习惯不再养成坏习惯很重要但这样还不够。你必须用好习惯来替代坏习惯。否则你的生活中会多出一个空档,坏习惯随时又会回到那里。因此要养成一个好习惯来替代坏习惯。比如,如果你有思考事情消极面的习惯,你必须通过思考事情积极面的习惯来替代。每当消极的思想出现时,就以此为契机开始思考积极的事情。又或者你有吃垃圾食品的习惯,那么你就要开始养成吃健康食品德习惯。千万不要留出任何空档。3.坚持度过最初的痛苦和不适但你要纠正一个坏习惯,最初的过程是最难的。就像太空飞船离开地球时需要巨大的推动力,改正坏习惯也需要强大的意志力。就像太空飞船一旦脱离了地球的引力,移动起来只需要花一点点的能量,继续养成好习惯也只需要不多的毅力。最初的阶段是最难的,但随着时间的推移将变得越来越容易。所以一旦你觉得继续改变太难的话,只要想想这样的阶段不会太久的。而你只有继续前进才行。4.立下“没有例外”的规矩一旦你决心要改变坏习惯,就要坚持你的决定。不论有什么理由都不能例外。我知道这不是件容易的事情(至少对我而言),但这个步骤很关键,如果你希望随着时间的推移能让这个过程变得容易的话。搞特殊情况就如同把太空飞船拉回地面;你需要又一次花同样大的精力让它再度升空。因此在对付坏习惯时千万小心,不要有所例外。这四则贴士说来容易但却十分有效。通过“饲养”坏习惯这个类比,纠正坏习惯的这些贴士可归结为:停止“饲养”坏习惯,相反培养一个好习惯。你认为怎么样呢? /200806/42277黄石不孕不育收费好不好

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孝昌县人民医院前列腺炎多少钱WhatsApp is changing its privacy policy to allow businesses to message its billion-plus users, opening up a potential revenue stream for the Facebook-owned app.WhatsApp将要改变其隐私政策,允许企业向其10多亿用户发送消息,为这家Facebook旗下应用开辟一条潜在收入来源。The policy shake-up — the first since it was acquired by Facebook in early 2014 — will allow companies to send messages that many people now receive by SMS.这是自WhatsApp自2014年初被Facebook收购以后首次进行的重大政策变动,该决定将允许企业向许多现在通过短信(SMS)接受消息的人发送消息。WhatsApp plans to test these new services, such as fraud alerts from banks and updates from airlines on delayed flights, in the next few months.WhatsApp计划在接下来几个月测试这些新务,比如发出的欺诈警报,航空公司更新航班延误。But the company said it would not put so-called banner adverts in messages. 但该公司表示不会把所谓的横幅广告放在消息里。It reiterated that its end-to-end encryption meant it did not have access to the content of messages nor did it regularly store metadata on who contacts whom.WhatsApp重申,其端到端加密意味着它看不到消息内容,它也不会常态化存储有关谁在跟谁联系的元数据。“We want to explore ways for you to communicate with businesses that matter to you, while still giving you an experience without third-party banner ads and spam,” it said in a blog post.WhatsApp在一篇客中表示:“我们希望探索各种方式,让你同对你重要的企业保持沟通,同时仍然给你一种没有第三方横幅广告或垃圾信息的体验。”The new privacy policy will allow Facebook’s main app to use the phone number a user provides to WhatsApp to allow marketers to target advertisements. 新的隐私政策将允许Facebook的主要应用使用用户提供给WhatsApp的电话号码,允许营销者投放定向广告。The number used by WhatsApp will become part of an existing database that can be anonymously matched with companies’ own customer lists to create an audience to show a particular marketing message.WhatsApp的用户电话号码将成为现有数据库的一部分,该数据库可以与企业自有客户名单进行匿名匹配,从而创造一个受众群体,可向其展示特定营销信息。Facebook will also be able to use the number to suggest friends to add and to track whether a user has both WhatsApp and the Facebook app on their phone.Facebook也将可以使用这一号码建议添加朋友,或追踪一位用户是否在手机上同时装有WhatsApp和Facebook应用。This is the first time that WhatsApp has shared any user data with its parent. 这是WhatsApp首次与母公司共享用户数据。When Facebook acquired WhatsApp for bn, some feared that the social network would change the privacy policy, mine its data or start showing adverts to users in their messaging stream.当Facebook以220亿美元收购WhatsApp时,就有人担心这家社交网络会改变隐私政策,挖掘其数据,或开始在消息流中向用户显示广告。“Your encrypted messages stay private and no one else can them. Not WhatsApp, not Facebook, nor anyone else,” the WhatsApp blog post said. WhatsApp在客中表示:“您的信息仍会被加密并保持私密,没有人(包括 WhatsApp、Facebook或其他人)可以读取内容。“We won’t post or share your WhatsApp number with others, including on Facebook, and we still won’t sell, share, or give your phone number to advertisers.”我们不会与包括Facebook在内的其他平台共享或发布您的WhatsApp电话号码,我们亦不会将您的电话号码出售、提供给广告商,或与其共享。” /201608/463222 武汉蔡甸区前列腺炎哪家医院最好武汉医院包皮手术

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