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Hope 101 by Peter Radford

Good post in Real World Economics this morning from Peter Radford (an economist): fundamental rule in studying economics: never do it without studying economic history. from Real World Economics: Hope 101? April 23, 2016 from Peter Radford “A nice way … Continue reading

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The Inglorious Few

In high school I studied history and was amazed I suppose at this 10,000 year catalogue of human folly. Then briefly I discovered economics and thought markets were rational. That lasted about a year, until I studied economic history (which … Continue reading

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Is there Any Hope for the US Economy?

I was tempted to blog on the current state of US politics and economics and then Peter Radford over at Real World Economics saved me the trouble: I suppose we should start to ask the obvious questions. I read a … Continue reading

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