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Economics in Crisis

I found a flaw in the model that I perceived is the critical functioning structure that defines how the world works —Alan Greenspan Financial markets around the world may seem to have stabilized 18 months after the big crash, but … Continue reading

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Industrial Policy: How The Economist Misleads its Readers—And the Way Forward

Neoliberals are vigilant, always on the look-out for any wayward move. In an August issue of the news magazine, The Economist briefly surveys what is happening around the world, uncovering what it sees as an alarming trend toward industrial policy … Continue reading

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Is economics relevant?

Let me say a few things about economics. Most people yawn when economics is discussed. It seems academic—too macro, sometimes abstract, and far removed from what’s happening on the ground. The way it is packaged and presented may appear to … Continue reading

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