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Article of the Week: "Macroeconomic Theory for a world of Imperfect Knowledge". Frydman and Goldberg (2008).
CEOs have no incentive to give profits back to workers, so what steps should the government be taking to bridge that gap? -Elizabeth Warren in Banking Hearing on Income Inequality
Silicon Valley?s Independent Contractor Problem - treating independent contractors as if they were on payroll without giving them legally required payroll benefits. This could come back to haunt the companies years later.
Ex banker suggests breaking up Australias big 4 banks
Russia's Gazprom Faces Lowest Gas Output in History Due to Ukraine Crisis
The Federal Reserve's Too Cozy Relations With Banks
Schumpeter: The China wave-Chinese management ideas are beginning to get the attention they deserve
Green activists, rentseeking businesses and bureaucrats: a potent wealth destroying brew
There are lots of papers on the /r/Economics reading list. Can anyone highlight favorite or "classic" papers that I should read to become good at discussing/debating economics with informed opinions?
Let Them Eat Cash - chris blattman
Blast from the past | 4 year-old /r/economics post saying that: "Peter Schiff promised us hyperinflation by now. TOTAL FAIL"
Peter Schiff is Wrong About Everything
Social norms and the enforcement of laws
ECB's Coeure and Germany's Asmussen call for German tax cuts
Are the rich in America paying less in taxes than in the past? Yes, but only by a little
Bruegel: Fact: T.L.T.R.O. is Too Low To Resuscitate Optimism
U.S. House passes Fed audit bill; measure seen doomed in Senate
Fed: 18Sep/An Assignment Model of Knowledge Diffusion and Income Inequality
Karl Polanyi; The Great Transformation and a new political economy
Endowments for war in 1914