Over at Equitable Growth: Must-Reads:
- Beating America’s Health-Care Monopolists: Fresh at Project Syndicate - Equitable Growth
- The Stakes of the Helicopter Money Debate: A Primer - Equitable Growth
- Musings on the Science of "Scaling": Blum Center U.C. Berkeley - Equitable Growth
- Nick Bunker: Underemployment for recent U.S. college graduates - Equitable Growth
- Bridget Ansel: All work and no pay for many women around the globe - Equitable Growth Nick Bunker: What’s the optimal tax for capital income? - Equitable Growth
- Blum Center: The Science of Scaling: Building Evidence to Advance Anti-Poverty Innovations: September 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, 100 Blum Hall, Haviland Road, U.C. Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720 United States The Development Impact Lab (DIL), headquartered at UC Berkeley and funded by USAID...
- Thomas Baekdal: What Killed The Newspapers? Google Or Facebook? Or...?: Google didn't actually kill the newspaper advertising market...
- Noah Smith: Economics Has a Major Blind Spot: Economists often don’t take politics into account. As a result, econ models leave out important pieces, and the advice of economists often falls on deaf ears or is seen as impractical...
- Dani Rodrik: Put Globalization to Work for Democracies: Look closely at the economies that converged with richer counterparts — Japan, South Korea, China — and you see that each engaged globally in a selective, strategic manner...
- Hans-Werner Sinn: Secular Stagnation or Self-Inflicted Malaise?: Some economists believe that this is evidence of “secular stagnation”....
- Scott Sumner: Who Is Peter Navarro?: Tyler Cowen linked to a paper by Peter Navarro.... It's a complete mess...
- Emmanuel Saez and Stefanie Stantcheva: A Simpler Theory of Optimal Capital Taxation: We derive formulas for optimal linear and nonlinear capital income taxation...
- Aaron Carroll: It’s Easy for Obamacare Critics to Overlook the Merits of Medicaid Expansion
- Valentina Palladino: Amazon looking to abandon UPS, FedEx in favor of its own delivery service
And Over Here:
- Liveblogging the American Revolution: September 28, 1778: Massacre Averted
- Liveblogging the American Revolution: September 27, 1778: Baylor Massacre:
- Liveblogging Postwar: September 26, 1946: Eleanor Roosevelt:
- Liveblogging Postwar: September 25, 1946: By-Laws of the IMF:
- Live from the Journamalists' Self-Made Gehnna: Paul Campos: Take the skinheads bowling
- Must-Read: Emmanuel Saez and Stefanie Stantcheva: A Simpler Theory of Optimal Capital Taxation
- Must-Read: Scott Sumner: Who Is Peter Navarro?
- The Threat of Fascism in America Today:
- Beating America’s Health-Care Monopolists: Fresh at Project Syndicate:
- Live from the Journamalists' Self-Made Gehenna: Paul Krugman: How Did The Race Get Close?
- Live from the Journamalists' Self-Made Gehenna: Jay Rosen: Asymmetry
- Must-Read: Hans-Werner Sinn: Secular Stagnation or Self-Inflicted Malaise?
- Must-Read: Dani Rodrik: Put Globalization to Work for Democracies
- Live from Trumpland: If you need yet another reason to never again buy anything from Microsoft or from any company that advertises on any NBC channel
- Live from Trumpland: James Fallows: A 'Trump-Pence' Car in Deepest Hollywood
- Live from Trumpland: Josh Barro: Why Hillary Clinton Won the Debate
- Live from the Electorate: Nate Silver: The historical correlation...
- Comment of the Day: Charles Steindel: What Killed The Newspapers?
- Monday Smackdown: There's Something in the Water at the New York TImes:
- Monday Smackdown: New York Times "Delete Your Newspaper" Edition:
- Must-Read: Noah Smith: Economics Has a Major Blind Spot
- Must-Read: Thomas Baekdal: What Killed The Newspapers? Google Or Facebook? Or...?
- Comment of the Day: Luke: Safe Spaces
- The Stakes of the Helicopter Money Debate: A Primer:
- Musings on the Science of "Scaling": Blum Center U.C. Berkeley:
- Must-Read: Blum Center: The Science of Scaling: Building Evidence to Advance Anti-Poverty Innovations
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- Arizona Republic: Endorsement: Hillary Clinton is the only choice to move America ahead:
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