Arnold Kling

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Name: Arnold Kling
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

"Capital" and "labour"

Most people, says Arnold Kling, are "labor-capitalists":Looking at the 21st-century economy through the filter of the Marxist categories of “capital” and “labor” is not particularly insightful. This is not a good era for either a plain coupon-clipper ... [Published Stumbling and Mumbling - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 11 2014 - Updated Apr 11 2014 - 1 reports

The language of Indian politics

Indian politics is a strange beast. I just completed an online politics quiz that promised to tell me which party I should vote for based on issues. I answered questions on economics, foreign policy, healthcare and brands of dog food to be told that I ... [Published Hindu Business Line - Apr 11 2014]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Is It Even Possible To Be Both Pro-Business and Pro-Market?

In his latest column for National Review, Jonah Goldberg notes the difference between being pro-business and pro-market and says the GOP can’t have it both ways anymore:Just to clarify, the difference between being pro-business and pro-market is categorical. ... [Published Acton Commentary - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Apr 07 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Volokh Conspiracy: Arnold Kling on political ignorance

Economist Arnold Kling has an interesting post commenting on my recent book Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter . Kling agrees with much of my thesis, but worries that (at least under one possible interpretation of my ... [Published Washington Post - Apr 07 2014]
First reported Apr 02 2014 - Updated Apr 02 2014 - 1 reports

Putin just the nemesis we need now

In college I had a nemesis. Strong, smart, handsome, he got all the girls. But looking back, my nemesis made me a better human being. To get good grades — or a girlfriend — I had to be better than average. I rowed crew. I started writing for the newspaper. ... [Published Visalia Times-Delta - Apr 02 2014]
First reported Apr 01 2014 - Updated Apr 01 2014 - 1 reports

Answering Arnold's Challenge, by Bryan Caplan

Tyler publicizes a challenge from founding EconLog blogger Arnold Kling:I still want to see an economist reconcile a belief in secularstagnation with a belief in Piketty's claim that the return on capitalis going to exceed the growth rate of the economy ... [Published EconLog - Apr 01 2014]
First reported Apr 01 2014 - Updated Apr 01 2014 - 1 reports

A good sentence

I still want to see an economist reconcile a belief in secular stagnation with a belief in Piketty’s claim that the return on capital is going to exceed the growth rate of the economy on a secular basis. That is from Arnold Kling . ... [Published Marginal Revolution - Apr 01 2014]
First reported Mar 25 2014 - Updated Mar 25 2014 - 1 reports

Peter Schuck at Cato Thursday

On Thursday Cato will welcome Peter Schuck, professor emeritus of law at Yale, to discuss his new book “Why Government Fails So Often, And How It Can Do Better,” with Arnold Kling commenting. (I’ll be moderating). Today Peter Berkowitz reviews the book ... [Published Cato Institute - Mar 25 2014]
First reported Mar 19 2014 - Updated Mar 19 2014 - 2 reports

It Doesn’t Feel Like A Recovery

by Americans mostly  hear  bad news about the economy:Frequently, assessments of the economy have a partisan dimension – and in this week’s poll that is true when it comes to overall judgments.  But that isn’t the case when it comes to what people are ... [Published Atlantic Monthly - Mar 19 2014]
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 2 reports

Political Biology

by Chris Mooney  reviews  John R. Hibbing, Kevin B. Smith, and John R. Alford’s  Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives, and the Biology of Political Differences :As Hibbing et al. explain, the evidence suggests that around 40 percent of the variation in ... [Published Atlantic Monthly - Mar 17 2014]
First reported Mar 14 2014 - Updated Mar 14 2014 - 2 reports

Cato Unbound: The State, the Clan, and Individual Liberty">This Month?s Cato Unbound: The State, the Clan, and Individual Liberty

The great classical liberal sociologist Henry Sumner Maine theorized that societies progressed from status to contract: In a status-based society, one is born into a place in a hierarchy. That place may change, but typically it doesn’t change very much, ... [Published Cato Institute - Mar 14 2014]
First reported Feb 26 2014 - Updated Feb 26 2014 - 2 reports

Noted for Your Morning Procrastination for February 26, 2014

Over at Equitable Growth -- The Equitablog Washington Center for Equitable Growth |Mt.Gox Site Disappears, Bitcoin Future in Doubt Washington Center for Equitable Growth |Afternoon Must-Read: Evan Soltas: To Say Unions Are Essential to Reduce Inequality ... [Published Brad DeLong - Feb 26 2014]

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Germany's mysterious recovery, by Scott Sumner [Published EconLog - Apr 14 2014]
"Capital" and "labour" [Published Stumbling and Mumbling - Apr 14 2014]
The language of Indian politics [Published Hindu Business Line - Apr 11 2014]
Is It Even Possible To Be Both Pro-Business and... [Published Acton Commentary - Apr 09 2014]
Volokh Conspiracy: Arnold Kling on political ig... [Published Washington Post - Apr 07 2014]
Congress Should Promote Charter Schools [Published American.com - Apr 07 2014]
Putin just the nemesis we need now [Published Visalia Times-Delta - Apr 02 2014]
Answering Arnold's Challenge, by Bryan Caplan [Published EconLog - Apr 01 2014]
A good sentence [Published Marginal Revolution - Apr 01 2014]
A National Minimum Wage Is a Bad Fit for Low-Co... [Published American.com - Mar 26 2014]
Peter Schuck at Cato Thursday [Published Cato Institute - Mar 25 2014]
Peter Schuck at Cato Thursday [Published Cato @ Liberty - Mar 25 2014]
It Doesn’t Feel Like A Recovery [Published Atlantic Monthly - Mar 19 2014]
It Doesn’t Feel Like A Recovery [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Mar 19 2014]
Political Biology [Published Atlantic Monthly - Mar 17 2014]
Political Biology [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Mar 17 2014]
Cato Unbound: The State, the Clan, and Individu... [Published Cato Institute - Mar 14 2014]
This Month's Cato Unbound: The State, the Clan,... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Mar 14 2014]
When Being Pro-Market Requires Being Anti-Business [Published Acton Commentary - Mar 11 2014]
NGDP targeting is not a "fragile" policy, by Sc... [Published EconLog - Mar 05 2014]
What Needs To Happen Before We See A Big Recovery? [Published Zero Hedge - Mar 05 2014]
Noted for Your Morning Procrastination for Febr... [Published Brad DeLong - Feb 26 2014]
Noted for Your Morning Procrastination for Febr... [Published J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All ... - Feb 26 2014]
ARNOLD KLING: The Macro Wars: Inside-out vs. Ou... [Published Instapundit - Feb 19 2014]
*Fragile by Design* [Published Marginal Revolution - Feb 15 2014]
Assorted links [Published Marginal Revolution - Feb 01 2014]
Assorted links [Published Marginal Revolution - Jan 30 2014]
Assorted links [Published Marginal Revolution - Jan 03 2014]
Introducing Scott Sumner, by David Henderson [Published EconLog - Dec 31 2013]
Guess What? There's No Plan B If ObamaCare Fall... [Published Breitbart Feed - Dec 23 2013]
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Germany's mysterious recovery, by Scott Sumner [Published EconLog - Apr 14 2014]
In the past 10 years Germany as gone from being the "sick man of Europe" to the star of the eurozone. This partly reflects the strong job creation that preceded the recession, perhaps due to the labor market reforms of 2003. However the post-2007 performance ...
"Capital" and "labour" [Published Stumbling and Mumbling - Apr 14 2014]
Most people, says Arnold Kling, are "labor-capitalists":Looking at the 21st-century economy through the filter of the Marxist categories of “capital” and “labor” is not particularly insightful. This is not a good era for either a plain coupon-clipper ...
Answering Arnold's Challenge, by Bryan Caplan [Published EconLog - Apr 01 2014]
Tyler publicizes a challenge from founding EconLog blogger Arnold Kling:I still want to see an economist reconcile a belief in secularstagnation with a belief in Piketty's claim that the return on capitalis going to exceed the growth rate of the economy ...
A good sentence [Published Marginal Revolution - Apr 01 2014]
I still want to see an economist reconcile a belief in secular stagnation with a belief in Piketty’s claim that the return on capital is going to exceed the growth rate of the economy on a secular basis. That is from Arnold Kling . ...
It Doesn’t Feel Like A Recovery [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Mar 19 2014]
by Patrick Appel Americans mostly  hear  bad news about the economy: Frequently, assessments of the economy have a partisan dimension – and in this week’s poll that is true when it comes to overall judgments.  But that isn’t the case when it comes ...
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