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Another half-wit, pin-brained economist sez we need

Another half-wit, pin-brained economist sez we need "major war...

Unknown Preface: Two weeks ago, well-known economist Tyler Cowen (a professor at George Mason University) argued in the New York Time s that wars - especially "major wars" - are good for the economy. Cowen joins extremely influential economists ..., 2 months ago
Definitive Analysis: War is Bad for the Economy Global Research, 2 months ago
Eurasia Review

Power to the people? It's up to us to win it back

Americans are sick of politics. Only 13 percent approve of the job Congress is doing, a near-record low. The president's approval ratings are also in the basement. A large portion of the public doesn't even bother voting. Only 57.5 percent of ...
 San Francisco Chronicle5 days ago [Robert Reich] The disease of U.S. democracy  Korea Herald1 week ago The Disease Of American Democracy OpEd  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago

Why Saying 'Seven Out of Ten Fastest Growing Economies Are in Africa' Carries No Real Meaning [analysis]

Before, during and after the US Africa summit one of the most frequently repeated factoids supporting the Africa Rising meme was that 'seven out of ten fastest growing economies are in Africa.' In reality this is both a far less accurate and much ...
 Individual.com6 days ago

Heading Toward The Sidewalk

Talking about historical change is one thing when the changes under discussion are at some convenient remove in the past or the future. It's quite another when the changes are already taking place. That's one of the things that adds complexity to ...
 Resilience1 week ago

How To Profit When Easy Money Leads To Bubbles

Below is the August 16th Thoughtsfrom the Frontline, republished in full. The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. Albert Einstein Genius is a rising stock market. John Kenneth Galbraith Any plan conceived ...
 Forbes.com2 weeks ago Easy Money Will Lead to Bubbles and How to Profit from Them  Forbes.com2 weeks ago Easy Money Will Lead To Bubbles -- How to Profit From Them  Forbes.com2 weeks ago
Guru Focus

Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere Bubbles - John Mauldin

The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. Albert Einstein Genius is a rising stock market. John Kenneth Galbraith Any plan conceived in moderation must fail when circumstances are set in extremes. Prince ...
 Guru Focus2 weeks ago Bubbles Have Looked Remarkably Similar Throughout History  Business Insider2 weeks ago

Post-crash economics

Less noticed, because less obviously political, are today's intellectual rumblings, of which French economist Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century, a withering indictment of growing inequality, is the latest manifestation. We may be ...
 Economia2 weeks ago Tom Picketty could stand to learn a little from Marx Post navigation Weekly Poll Have you been to Spruce Street Harbor Park yet? Social  Individual.com3 weeks ago The Piketty cheat-sheet: Six must-reads on Thomas Piketty  Livemint.com1 month ago

Happy Birthday to SIT

Voices / Viewpoint Happy birthday to SIT A graduate school opens one mind and heart to journalism as a force for good in the world Christian Avard is an SIT Study Abroad and SIT Graduate Institute alum. He has written for the Deerfield Valley News ...
 World Learning2 weeks ago
Rolling Stone

The Great American Bubble Machine

T he first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it's everywhere. The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells ...
 Rolling Stone3 weeks ago

Standard & Poor's: Runaway Inequality Dampens GDP Growth

Standard & Poor'sreleased a reporton inequality today, concluding: Higher levels of income inequalityincrease political pressures, discouraging trade, investment, and hiring. Keynes first showed that income inequality can lead affluent households ...
 PrisonPlanet3 weeks ago
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