"Economics" Blogs & Blog Posts

The ThinkerThe Thinker

Critical thinking, applied to social, political, economic, and technical is...

 
Mark WadsworthMark Wadsworth

Economics and cow attacks.

 
Paul KrugmanPaul Krugman

Nobel Prize winner for economics

 
Public Debts for Vested Interest PaymentsPublic Debts for Vested Interest Payments

An analysis of the national debt as the most heinous mechanism inflicted on...

 
Forum for Stable CurrenciesForum for Stable Currencies

The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of parliamentaria...

 
Freedom and FlourishingFreedom and Flourishing

This blog explores links between freedom (liberty) and human flourishing

 
Unfashionably EconomicUnfashionably Economic

Random thoughts from a Ph.D economics student, covering current events and ...

 


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In a paper in the World Review of Political Economy, economists from Sichuan University propose a model for an efficient planned economy that uses a hybrid of managed, two-sided "platform" markets (modeled on Ebay, Alibaba and various app stores) and...

Financial Review, 6 September 2017:Wage growth is showing no sign of the increases the Reserve Bank of Australia is banking on, with average employee compensation going backwards and hourly pay growth at record lows.The economy's overall wages bill r...

This is based on a comment I made here.If turning points in asset prices could be reliably predicted, they wouldn't happen (since no none would buy at the "about to be seriously undercut" price).The "bubble" folk don't seem to understand that calling...

Lola, in a comment on Bayard's post:"The Skye Bridge both confirm and confounds my contention that infrastructure spending comes after economic growth."It does both, it's chicken and egg. From the point of view of an individual or a business, everyth...

Anyone both remotely in touch with Reality and honest – knows and acknowledges that the vast majority of our nation’s colleges and universities are ultra-Leftist academic swamps. In dire need of just the sort of draining Washington, D.C. so r...

“These days, it's not just leftie troublemakers who doubt that benefits going direct to big business will trickle down to the rest of us, it's every punter in the street.”  [Economics Editor at The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gittins, 24 Jul...

The debate raged somewhat inconclusively in the comments to yesterday's post.Short answer is, nobody really knows - is it the exporter in the other country (who has to accept lower net selling prices) or is it the consumer in the importing country (w...