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Article of the Week: "The Economic Theory of Agency: The Principal's Problem" (Ross, 1973)
Paul Krugman - "We?re seeing inequalities that will be transferred across generations. We are becoming very much the kind of society we imagined we?re nothing like."
World Bank wants water privatized, despite risks
From Rags to Riches to Rags: "The image of a static 1 and 99% is incorrect. 12% of the population will be in the top 1% of income distribution for at least a year. 39% will spend a year in the top 5%, 56% will find selves in the top 10%, & 73% will spend a year in the top 20% of income distribution"
The Solar Industry Has Been Waiting 60 Years For This To Happen ? And It Finally Just Did
12 Reasons Why New Zealand's Economic Bubble Will End In Disaster
Accounting for Discouraged Workers in the Unemployment Rate - St. Louis Fed
Lowongan Kerja Staff Spesialis Salon Mobil Jawa Timur Surabaya
Secular stagnation? The Future Challenge for Economic Policy
Beyond the Laffer Curve ? the case for confiscatory taxation
Lone Group Taxed Into Poverty Should Receive a Larger EITC. Federal Taxes Pushed 7 Million "Childless Workers" Below, or Further Below, Poverty Line in 2012
For many years now the IRS has been tracking the migration of Americans and their income across state and county lines. Every year they produce a detailed report on the tax migration of Americans, showing the amount of people and income that moved.
Rose and Milton Friedman - links to all of his on-line papers.
Unemployment rates fall in 21 US states last month
Finance and the Real economy
"Had the Fed credibly committed from the start [to permanently increase the base] there would not have been the need for all the subsequent LSAPs. The Reserve Bank of Australia did just this and its economy was one of the few not hit by the prolonged economic slump."
Toward a Taylor rule for fiscal policy
Thomas Sargent's Shortest Graduation Speech
Robert Flood and Miles Kimball on the Status of the Efficient Markets Theory
President Ólafur Grímsson on Iceland's fast recovery from economic crisis | London Business School