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Krugman - in - Wonderland
Analysis and criticism of America's most prominent public intellectual and champion of Keynesian economics. I am part of the Austrian School of Economics, and I critique Krugman's writings from that perspective.Read more »
A woman is pulled over in a traffic stop only to find out there is a warrant for her arrest because she is unable to pay a medical bill....Read more here:Read more »
Patient-based funding breathes new life into hospitalsRead more »
Bank of England holds fire, for now
Economists see additional quantitative easing in 2012
FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — The Bank of England, as expected, left its key lending rate at a record low on Thursday and made no changes to its quantitative easing program as policy makers wrestle with an economy that threatens to tip back into recession.Read more »
Does China Have a Superior Economic Model?
In a recent piece for the Wall Street Journal, Andy Stern, an Obama insider and one of organized labor's more aggressive personalities, praised what he called "China's superior economic model."
Does China have a superior economic model? That depends: Superior to what?Read more »
Eurozone scenarios from best to worst
Leaders from the 17 countries in the eurozone are meeting in Brussels this week in an 11th-hour attempt to avert an economic crisis that many people believe will lead to the collapse of the Euro. The deadline for an agreement is Dec. 9. Based on the opinions of some highly respected economic minds, here is a range of potential outcomes, from best to worst.
Hover over blue Euro symbol for details. Move from left to right for possible scenarios as the eurozone crisis unfolds.
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