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Morning Commentary

(March 25, 2009 09:27 AM, by Arnold Kling) All pointers courtesy of the indispensable Mark Thoma. First, Hernando de Soto writes, These derivatives are the root of the credit crunch. Why? Unlike all other property paper, derivatives are not required by law to be recorded, continually tracked and...
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Labor Market Commentary

Business & Finance / Economics : EconLog (4 years ago)

(January 4, 2011 09:02 AM, by Arnold Kling) Two pointers from the indispensable Mark Thoma. 1. Catherine Rampell writes, A large fraction of displaced workers who have found new jobs have had to switch careers, and most of those car... Read Post

Morning Commentary

Business & Finance / Economics : EconLog (6 years ago)

(March 1, 2009 08:37 AM, by Arnold Kling) Two links from the indispensable Mark Thoma. First, Tyler Cowen writes, A newbank rescue plan may be more crucial right now than the fiscal stimulus package enacted last month. Yet we don't ... Read Post

Demand for skills falling?

Business & Finance : Angry Bear (2 years ago)

Re-posted from Economist’s View, Mark Thoma points to Arnold Kling 'Is the Demand for Skill Falling?' who points to this this NBER paper: Is the Demand for Skill Falling?, by Arnold Kling: Paul Beaudry, David A. Green, and Benjamin ... Read Post


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