Daily Archives: November 3, 2012

Arguing to Win Versus Arguing to Learn: Top Ten Conflict Tips

I often join in debates in the comment columns of newspapers. In general I do this so that I can learn from people who have different opinions from me. They may not realize it, but the reason I contest what … Continue reading

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Some economists don’t get paid to know about the economy, but to justify the trickle-up of wealth.

Interesting piece from Dean Baker in today’s Real World Economics: http://rwer.wordpress.com/2012/11/03/inequality-the-silly-tales-economists-like-to-tell/ There is no serious dispute that the United States has seen a massive increase in inequality over the last three decades. However there is a major dispute over the … Continue reading

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