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Tag Archives: economics
George Soros: World’s Champion Bull Rider
How Wall Street Fleeced the World
Are Private Schools Really Better?
Harvard professor Martin Feldstein used to tell students in his introductory economics class that economists agree on 99% of the issues in the field. From the nature of monopolies to the basic laws of inflation, Feldstein asserted, economists of all political stripes are in accord on the same principles
Paleo Diet: ‘New Evolution Diet’ Author De Vany on Food and Exercise
The Responsibility Revolution
We have always known that heedless self-interest was bad morals,” FDR said in 1937, in the midst of the Great Depression. “We know now that it is bad economics.” We learned this all over again after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the shame of subprime mortgages and the brazen Ponzi scheme of Bernie Madoff.
Nation: THE PENTAGON’S WHIZ KIDS
Odd facts about Nobel Prize winners
Controversial former Japanese finance minister found dead
Former Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, who resigned from his post after appearing intoxicated at a news conference earlier this year, was found dead in his home Sunday, police told CNN. Tokyo police found Nakagawa, 56, lying face down on a bed on the second-floor of his home, Kyodo reported.