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Which Economists Should Have Gotten Nobels Before They Died?

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Book Review: Peter Ward's "The Price of Immortality"

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A Drinking Man's Guide to Monetary Policy

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...That expression birthed multiple books entitled A Drinking Man's Guide to topics from Scotland to Cambridge, women to marriage. As far as Google tells me, however, there has never been such a guide to monetary policy.... ...Ask Paul Volcker how costly it is to slow inflation once such expectations have been deeply ingrained into the American psyche....

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As the World Gets Messier and Messier

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Inflation Fears Send Consumer Sentiment Sharply Lower in Early May

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...The preliminary May results from the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers show overall consumer sentiment fell sharply in early May (see top of first chart)....

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Rent Selling Countries are More Corrupt and Less Wealthy

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...It's a key theme of "public choice" theorists, who tend to love free markets and constitutionally constrained states. Rent seeking, however, is only the demand side of political favoritism; the less-emphasized supply side -- call it rent selling -- is the real instigator.... ...Only states have the power to create zero-sum political favors, disfavors, and cronies....

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Rescuing "Virtue and Talents" Amidst the War on Tests

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The Federal Reserve's Moving Target

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Can We Revive the Old Constitution?

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