Mohammad Ali Fanni

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Name: Mohammad Ali Fanni
Date registered: October 14, 2012
URL: http://www.mfanni.ir
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Biography

I was born in Shiraz at 31 Dec of 1977 in an urban middle class and cultural family. I have finished primary and secondary education in Shiraz and I got my pre-university diploma at physics and mathematics from Shahid Sherafatiyan high school. I was studying economics at Shiraz University in 1998 and after graduation in Bsc degree I continued my education in economics at Shiraz University. From 2002 I was working at management and planning organization of Fars province as an expert of research and national accounts department and at the moment I am director of research and national accounts department of Fars governorship planning deputy statistic and information bureau. From 2005 for 7 years I have experience in teaching courses related to economics in different universities and collages such as Shiraz University, Shiraz Azad University, Marvdasht Azad University, University of Applied Science and Bank Financial Institution of Iran central bank. I have been involved in several research project as an research assistant and researcher. I am interested in teaching and research in the field of economics and also, I like poetry, literature and performing arts and I have special interest in music. ________________________________________________________________ My Awards and Honors: Rank 1st among 50 B.Sc. Students of Theoretical Economics (2002). Rank 3rd among 12 M.Sc. Students of Pure Economics (2005). The Firs Student (First Rank) among all Students Admitted in Shiraz University Graduate (Examination in the Field of Economics. (2005) Accepted in National Scholarship for Ph. D. Program (2007-2008) The first rank director of Iranian regional accounts departments (2012).

Latest posts

  1. How to Meet and Influence People You Don’t Know — January 12, 2013
  2. 5 Clues It’s Time to Leave Your Toxic Job — January 12, 2013
  3. Why Are Investors In Like With Facebook Again? — January 12, 2013
  4. Cigarette Makers Frustrated As Product Approvals Stall — January 12, 2013
  5. Businesses Sue Government Over Birth Control Mandate — January 12, 2013

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  1. Iran Regional GDP in Chin-Weighted Method Between 2001 to 2010 — 3 comments
  2. Basij Commander: Iran at Economic War with Enemy — 2 comments
  3. 10 Ways to Boost Work Productivity — 2 comments
  4. U.S. Will Be 2-4 Degrees Hotter In Coming Decades, New Climate Report Says — 2 comments
  5. Chain-Weight GDP Calculations — 1 comment

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Jan 12

How to Meet and Influence People You Don’t Know

One of the most important factors you probably aren’t considering in your job hunt is how important it is to influence what people you do not know think of you. What? You need to worry about people you don’t know? Absolutely—it’s probably the most overlooked job-search step you aren’t doing anything about. Of course, there is a …

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Jan 12

5 Clues It’s Time to Leave Your Toxic Job

It’s one thing to constantly complain about your work. It’s common enough to let off steam about your job by pointing out what’s wrong with it. But it’s another thing if all signs are pointing to the fact that you need to get out soon. Here are definite warning signs that you should start looking for …

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Jan 12

Why Are Investors In Like With Facebook Again?

Why Is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Smiling? Maybe because someone might be willing to pay $100 to send him a message. If you’re a casual observer of the stock market, the last time you tuned in to what was happening with Facebook’s stock was probably last May. In those days after the company’s long-anticipated initial public …

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Jan 12

Cigarette Makers Frustrated As Product Approvals Stall

A clerk prices cigarettes at Discount Smoke Shop in Ballwin, Mo. The Food and Drug Administration, which must approve all new tobacco products or any changes to existing brands, has not cleared any products since assuming that responsibility in 2009. It’s been only a few years since Congress granted the federal government the power to …

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Jan 12

Businesses Sue Government Over Birth Control Mandate

The Hobby Lobby chain of arts and crafts stores has gone to court to block a provision of the administration’s health law that requires employers’ health plans to pay for contraceptives. When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, few would have predicted that one of the most contentious provisions would have to do …

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Jan 12

10 Market Insights

1. The four trading fears 95% of the trading errors you are likely to make will stem from your attitudes about being wrong, losing money, missing out, and leaving money on the table – the four trading fears 2. The proverbial empathy gap You may already have some awareness of much of what you need …

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Jan 12

The Appeal of Master Limited Partnerships to Investors

The master limited partnership’s (MLP) lineage dates back to 1981, when exploration and production outfit Apache Corp (NYSE: APA) consolidated 33 of its oil and gas operations into this structure. In the mid-1980s, the universe of publicly traded partnerships differed dramatically from the options available to today’s investors. With no limitations on what assets and …

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Jan 12

US and Russian Geopolitical Battle will Decide Fate of Czech Nuclear Power Plant

The upgrade of Temelin, a nuclear power station, has become the backdrop of a power struggle between the Unites States and Russia. Worryingly, a discussion on Czech energy policy is being silenced by the competition of foreign strategic interests. As Germany and other European states turn away from nuclear power, the Czech Republic is looking …

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Jan 12

Oil Industry Cycles Offer Good Investment Opportunities

Investing for me is about identifying long-term trends, and then investing in companies whose business I understand, that will benefit from those trends. For more than a decade, my own investment strategy has focused on two major trends: (1) I believe that as the massive demographic of Baby Boomers moves into post-retirement, a tremendous amount …

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Jan 12

Coal Loses Crown As King Of Power Generation

Georgia Power’s coal-fired steam-turbine electric generating Plant Bowen in Euharlee, Ga., seen in 2009. The utility is planning on shuttering 15 coal- and oil-fired generating units at its facilities. Just a few years ago, Georgia Power generated nearly three-fourths of its electricity with coal. Last year, for the first time, natural gas edged out coal, …

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Jan 12

U.S. Will Be 2-4 Degrees Hotter In Coming Decades, New Climate Report Says

A map depicts temperature changes over the past 20 years, compared to the average between 1901 and 1960. “The period from 2001 to 2011 was warmer than any previous decade in every region,” according to the National Climate Assessment. Temperatures will continue to rise in America, “with the next few decades projected to see another …

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Jan 12

Greek parliament passes new tax increases

Austerity measures have triggered mass protests in recent months The Greek parliament has approved a series of unpopular tax rises aimed at boosting revenue in line with Athens’ commitments to international creditors. The measures, approved overnight, introduce a new top tax rate of 42% for Greeks earning more than 42,000 euros (£34,700; $56,000) a year. …

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Jan 09

New Year, New Start: 7 Resolutions for a Determined Job Seeker

If you’ve been looking for another job, now is the time to get serious about it. Just like you create resolutions for yourself to lose that elusive five pounds, you can also set goals to help you find a new job. Here are a few to get you started: 1. I will look beyond the job boards …

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Jan 09

Starting Over? 10 Tips to Reboot Your Career

January is a classic time to start fresh, start over, or start down a different road. But as anyone who has broken a habit or committed to the latest workout routine will tell you: change is hard. Yet it can also be inspiring, engrossing, and totally necessary to kick-start your life in a new direction. If you’re …

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Jan 09

New Charging Algorithm can Extend Battery Life for Electric Vehicles

new charging algorithm could extend battery life for the first all-electric, battery-powered locomotive in the US. Batteries for Norfolk Southern Railway No. 999, just like automotive batteries, are rechargeable until they eventually die. A leading cause of damage and death in lead-acid batteries is sulfation, a degradation of the battery caused by frequent charging and …

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Jan 09

Can Hugo Chavez’s New Term of Government Start without Him?

______________________________________________ Venezuela’s Chavez To Miss His Inauguration by KRISHNADEV CALAMUR President Hugo Chavez is too ill to attend his inauguration this week, the Venezuelan government announced Tuesday. In a letter to the National Assembly, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said the president’s medical team said Chavez’s recovery should be extended beyond Thursday – the day he is …

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Jan 09

5 Biofuel Trends to Watch Out for in 2013

Despite a relatively down year with respect to investment and production capacity expansion, the biofuels industry grew modestly in 2012, continuing a shift from first generation facilities to next generation, advanced biorefineries. Although it was a year of challenges for corn starch ethanol production in particular, the industry proved its mettle against persistent drought across …

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Jan 09

Energy Stocks to Keep on your Watchlist During the Global Market Lull

In the midst of a global market lull, many companies are sitting on their hands, argues Mark Lackey of CHF Investor Relations. That’s why he’s scoping out smart management that’s keeping busy and making great progress—whether or not the markets are quick to notice. Learn who’s getting a running start in the uranium, oil and …

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Jan 09

Why 2013 Will End in a Severe Recession

We have been hearing a lot about escaping the fiscal cliff, but our problem isn’t solved. The fixes to date have been partial and temporary. There are many painful decisions ahead. Based on what I can see, the most likely outcome is that the US economy will enter a severe recession by the end of …

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Jan 09

The Transition Beyond Strategic Nuclear War

The world is now well advanced in transition to the age beyond strategic nuclear weapons. It may be, from the standpoint of military descriptors, a transition to the age of cyber weapons. Equally, it may be too early to say. But rarely in history are such great watersheds so visible, except in hindsight; watersheds which …

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Jan 09

What Stands in the Way of Natural Gas Replacing Gasoline in the US?

The natural gas revolution has brought big changes to the U.S. energy scene. Natural gas prices, which used to move closely together with oil prices, have plunged in the last five years, as the following chart shows. One result has been the rapid displacement of coal by natural gas in electric power generation. According to …

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Jan 06

London Real Estate, A Magnet For Mega-Rich From Around The Globe

Foreign buyers are pushing the prices of prime London real estate through the roof. Neighborhoods such as West London, Kensington and Chelsea are particularly popular. Looking for a London pied-a-terre? How about a four-bedroom duplex overlooking Hyde Park? It could be yours, if you’re prepared to spend $25 million. In most of the United Kingdom, property …

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Jan 06

Final Frontiers

For modern-day pioneers, five remote locales across the globe offer both beauty and solitude; how to weigh the challenges, costs—and hungry crocodiles—before building a homestead. Frontier Retreats Richard Costin/Kimberley MediaReva Falls in the Kimberley Region of Australia is shown. Four-wheelers are the norm for the rugged territory–and a wet season that can wash out roads. …

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Jan 06

Blackstone Lists Several Events that could Surprise the Markets in 2013

Byron Wien, Vice Chairman at Blackstone Advisory Partners, one of the world’s largest investment firms, has 10 predictions that may surprise markets in 2013. Wien defines a “surprise” as an event which the average investor would only assign a one out of three chance of taking place but which he believes is “probable”, having a …

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Jan 06

Daily Natural Gas Update – 04.01.2013

In the last 6 weeks natural gas prices are down nearly $1 in the futures which would not be a big deal if we were talking about Crude oil but this actually represents greater than a 20% reduction in prices. To me this is great news because I think the deprecation represents a grand buying …

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Jan 06

Germany’s Housing Market Is Hot. Is It Overheating?

Few Western countries are as conservative about home ownership as Germany, where less than half the country’s citizens own property. German banks have tough lending rules. Would-be buyers are usually asked to provide hefty down payments to secure mortgages, meaning few Germans even think about buying a home until they are settled and financially secure. …

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Jan 05

Diminishing Prospects For The Long-Term Unemployed

The latest figures show December was another month of steady, moderate job growth. But for many people still struggling with long-term unemployment, the situation hasn’t actually changed much at all. For Alecia Warthen, the last eight months have been painfully stagnant. She was the first person in her family to finish college, after growing up …

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Jan 04

Are Wind Subsidies the Best Use of Taxpayers Cash?

The U.S. taxpayers are in better than $16 billion dollars now and just got hooked for another $12.1 billion more.  That’s $161,333 per for 75,000 jobs.  Admittedly, compared to some government subsidy deals this looks cheap. (Roll Eyes) Subsidizing wind energy surely should be at the end of the subsidy era.   The era is 20 years old …

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Jan 04

Do EVs Make Good Cents or Sense?

David Herron of Torque News stated in his article “60 kWh Tesla Model S rated at 208 mile electric driving range by EPA:” “The 85 kilowatt-hour Model S, $77,400 for 265 miles range, or $292/mile of range. The 60 kilowatt-hour Model S, $67,400 for 208 miles range, is $324/mile of range. The other electric cars …

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Jan 04

Iranian Gas and the Nabucco Pipeline Realities

The construction of the Nabucco pipeline from the Caspian region to Europe has been delayed.  Initially proposed in 2002, the construction of the pipeline was tentatively planned for 2009, which would have enabled it to deliver gas to the EU in 2011.  However, in May 2011 Reinhard Mitschek, the Nabucco Managing Director, commented “the timing …

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Jan 04

The Great Surgery of Iran’s economy

A memorable event took place in Iran’s economy in December of 2010. Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the launch of a project on subsidy reform (elimination of targeted subsidies), and called it a ‘great surgery’ on the weakened Iranian economy. In his TV speech, Ahmadinejad said that the elimination of subsidies in Iran will contribute …

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Jan 04

Iran’s economy can thrive without reliance on oil revenues: president

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Saturday that Iran’s economy can thrive without reliance on oil revenues, semi-official Fars news agency reported. Running the country without reliance on oil revenues is possible as long as cooperation and solidarity exist among Iranians, Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying. “The Iranian nation should move toward the summits of glory, …

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Jan 04

Inside the West’s economic war with Iran

In his first week as U.S. president, Barack Obama told Iran’s leaders he would extend a hand if they would “unclench their fist” and persuade the West they weren’t trying to build a nuclear bomb. So far, they have not. In response, the United States and the European Union this year took a step they …

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Jan 04

US and Iran May Collaborate on Afghanistan Issue

JTW Interview with Assoc. Prof. Selçuk Çolakoğlu, Director of USAK Center for Asia-Pacific Studies You recently attended a conference by the Delhi Police Group titled ‘Afghanistan: Good Neighbourly Relations’. Could you spell out some of the takeaways from the two-day meet? Conferences organised by the Delhi Policy Group are essentially ‘Track II’ meetings that bring …

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Jan 04

Basij Commander: Iran at Economic War with Enemy

Basij Commander: Iran at Economic War with Enemy Commander of Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi said enemies have waged an all-out economic war on the country, and stressed that the economy of resistance is the best way for Iran to win this war. “We are now in economic war with the enemy,” …

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Jan 04

Iran reviews privatization impact on its economy

Discussing different aspects of privatization process in Iran; Senior economic experts and officials gathered in Tehran to review the impact of the implementation of the policies outlined in the article 44 of the constitution, which focuses on privatizing Iran’s economy. Addressing the conference President Ahmadinejad said that starting the privatization process in the country was …

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Jan 04

The imagined Iranian threat in Latin America

Reading the text of a bill that was recently signed into law by U.S. President Barack Obama would instill fear in the hearts of ordinary Americans. Apparently, barbarians coming from distant lands are at work. They are gathering at the U.S.-Mexico border, cutting fences and ready to wreak havoc on an otherwise serene American landscape. …

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Jan 04

Iran’s historic baazar (In pictures)

                    The azure that dominates Shia architecture, the Persian calligraphy and the Zoroastrian symbols adorning walls all testify to the beauty lying just below the surface of old Tehran, where the Grand Baazar provides more than just solace from the capital’s frenetic pace. The monuments, mosques …

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Jan 04

Iran Eying Better Rank in Global Economy

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad underlined Tehran’s determination to promote its rank in global economy, saying that the country enjoys the capability to stand among the top 8 world economies in the next few years. “The economy of Iran has the capability to become the 7th or 8th largest world economy in 15 years,” Ahmadinejad said …

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Jan 04

Mideast economic change may start in Iran

Two years after the Arab masses took to the streets, mayhem’s end is nowhere in sight. In Cairo, the Arab world’s heartbeat, Egypt’s first freely elected government relegated the economy to the back burner to pursue a politics of divisiveness. President Mohammed Morsi’s attempt in November to impose himself on the judiciary resulted in renewed …

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Jan 04

Four investor predictions and a wild card for 2013

     It’s that time again when pundits and guru wannabes of all stripes say how they think 2013 will turn out for the economy and markets. Here are my four best predictions, along with one big wild card. 1. The U.S. economy will continue to grow, albeit slowly, in 2013. Now that we’ve avoided …

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Jan 03

Big Boss Boo-Boos: 6 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid

If you’ve recently been promoted, congratulations. It’s an honor to receive a promotion that puts you in a leadership role. But be wary: You carry a great deal of responsibilitythat can easily be taken away should you not live up to expectations. Not to set off alarm bells, but of people who have been promoted, a …

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Jan 03

Why the US Oil Market will go from Strength to Strength in 2013

In a continuation of our series on the state of the oil industry we look at some of the other ramifications of what we are labelling the Oil Renaissance in the US, and around the world for that matter.  This phrase was first proposed regarding the potential Nuclear turnaround here in the US, where companies …

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Jan 03

China in Africa: Partners in the Year of the Snake

African exports to China have increased six-fold since 2000 alone, the bulk of it in oil, and this year, China surpassed the US and Europe as Africa’s largest trading partner. Starting from $11 billion in bilateral trade in 2000, Beijing racked up $160 billion dollars in trade with Africa by 2011, and for 2012 Chinese …

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Jan 03

Five Unlikely Energy Surprises for 2013

Many people trot out their predictions for the coming year right about now. I’m generally allergic to predictions and think rather in terms of probabilities. Naturally, the world we live in is far too complicated to yield anything approaching certainty concerning such matters as the future price and supply of energy, future economic conditions, and …

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Jan 03

Why Riyadh Cares about the “Fiscal Cliff”

Oil revenue made up more than 90 percent of the total revenues for Saudi Arabia despite a steady decline in production. With a choppy 2012 drawing to a close, the Saudi finance minister said the kingdom had run a multibillion-dollar budget surplus. Despite a tense economic year, the ailing Saudi king, for his part, said …

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Jan 03

Syria’s Oil Now a Target of Civil War

It was only a matter of time before Syria’s oil industry, sagging as it may be, became a target in the country’s civil war, a conflict that is rapidly devastating Syria’s infrastructure and economy. The latest casualty is now Syria’s modest oil industry, already suffering from lack of modernization. In two separate incidents in the …

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Jan 03

What Investors Should be Looking out for in 2013

The lesson from 2012: We can ignore the Mayans, ZH and many other preachers of doom and gloom. Everything ends and the world will also end someday. We can’t get caught up in bear talk all the time and not live a normal life. This dysfunctional central bank liquidity fuelled market will again enter crisis …

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Jan 03

How Accurate are Long-Term Government Oil Forecasts, Can we Trust them?

[I]f you’re still operating under the assumption that the earth’s petroleum–or at least the cheap stuff–is about to run out, you’re not going to thrive in the new oil era. Technology is making it possible to find, produce, and refine oil so efficiently that its supply, at least for practical purposes, is basically unlimited. –Businessweek, …

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Jan 03

The Imperial Dream of the Muslim Brotherhood

The end will justify the means to unite the Islamic peoples into a world of virtue and prosperity to where the Muslim Brotherhood says that it will bring them.  Egypt is their launching platform.  The entire Islamic world is their objective. If they were running for office in the United States or any European country …

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