Paul Samuelson

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Name: Paul Samuelson
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 20 hours ago - 1 reports

Imperfect Competition, Legitimate at Last

The Nobel award  last week to Jean Tirole , of Toulouse School of Economics, capped a twentieth-century drama whose story has barely begun to be told. I can describe it here only in the broadest way; thanks to the Swedes, the details will now gradually ... [Published EconomicPrincipals.com - 20 hours ago]
First reported Oct 18 2014 - Updated Oct 18 2014 - 1 reports

What Really Ended the Great Depression

“What is history but a fable agreed upon?” as Napoleon once put it, and never has that been more true than the story of the Great Depression and its aftermath. With liberals again pitching more government spending “stimulus” in Washington, it’s critical ... [Published Heritage Foundation - Oct 18 2014]
First reported Oct 17 2014 - Updated Oct 17 2014 - 1 reports

Vote: Are you anxious about the economy

The laugh line in the otherwise somber play The Shadow Box is delivered by the saucy (and dying) grandmother to her repressed and puritanical daughter: “Does that make you anxious?”So here we are with the Dow up 300 points a few days after dropping 400 ... [Published Seattle Times - Oct 17 2014]
First reported Oct 15 2014 - Updated Oct 15 2014 - 1 reports

Why Stocks Keep Plunging and What to Do Now

The news is glum on several fronts, but the prospects for a recession remain slim. It’s important to stick with your plan.By Manuel SchiffresSee my bio, plus links to all my recent stories., October 15, 2014Take a deep breath and repeat after me: “It’s ... [Published Kiplinger - Oct 15 2014]
First reported Oct 13 2014 - Updated Oct 13 2014 - 1 reports

Retirement finances to be topic Oct. 23 at UC San Diego roundtable

Retirement financing will be the topic at the next meeting of the UC San Diego Economics Roundtable, held at at 7:30 a.m. Oct. 23 at the UC San Diego Faculty Club.John Shoven, Charles R. Schwab Professor of Economics at Stanford, The Trione Director of ... [Published Del Mar Times - Oct 13 2014]
First reported Oct 12 2014 - Updated Oct 12 2014 - 1 reports

Jonathan Schlefer: Economists’ long-held beliefs make income inequality worse

Jacob stead for the boston globeThough many economists today are sounding the alarm over rising income inequality, one culprit somehow has been overlooked: their own wage theory.Wage theory — one of the sacred truths of modern economics — suggests that ... [Published Boston Globe - Oct 12 2014]
First reported Oct 11 2014 - Updated Oct 11 2014 - 1 reports

MOORE: How did the Great Depression actually run its course?

The facts tell a story that the history books don’t“What is history but a fable agreed upon?” as Napoleon once put it, and never has that been more true than the story of the Great Depression and its aftermath. With liberals again pitching more government ... [Published Washington Times - Oct 11 2014]
First reported Oct 06 2014 - Updated Oct 06 2014 - 2 reports

Is Dani Rodrik Gradually 'Going Orthodox'?

“When my information changes, I alter my conclusions. What do you do, sir?”That quote is usually attributed to John Maynard Keynes, and it was popularized by Paul Samuelson. Some say it was invented by Samuelson. It’s one of my favorites: a warning ... [Published Private Sector Development Blog - Oct 06 2014]
First reported Sep 30 2014 - Updated Sep 30 2014 - 1 reports

8 Facts About Jewish Indiana

Economics textbooks to "The Sound of Music"By Gabe Friedman Published September 30, 2014, issue of October 03, 2014 .1. 17,470 Jews live in Indiana, which is 0.3% of the state’s total population. In 1900, 25,000 lived here.2. Grammy-winning violin player, ... [Published Forward - Sep 30 2014]
First reported Sep 29 2014 - Updated Sep 29 2014 - 2 reports

What an Economist Brings to a Business Strategy

Although many business executives sat through one, or perhaps several, courses in economics while in school, most probably took away little more than the supply and demand graphs to which they were introduced early in their first course. Ask them if they ... [Published Global Advisors - Sep 29 2014]
First reported Sep 23 2014 - Updated Sep 24 2014 - 1 reports

Small, not big data key to working out what consumers want

OPINION: Corporations everywhere are hoovering up petabytes of data in a bid to understand and predict consumer preferences. But what if they're missing the point, and should instead focus on "small data"?First, some history. In 1844, French engineer ... [Published Noodls - Sep 23 2014]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 2 reports

Do poor countries really get richer?

DO POVERTY traps exist? Academics seem to think so. According to Google Scholar, so far this year academics have used the phrase “poverty trap” 1,210 times. (Paul Samuelson, possibly the greatest economist of the 20th century, was mentioned a mere 766 ... [Published The Economist - Sep 19 2014]

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Imperfect Competition, Legitimate at Last [Published EconomicPrincipals.com - 20 hours ago]
Volokh Conspiracy: The New York Times Editorial... [Published Washington Post - Oct 19 2014]
Dual Momentum Investing: An Innovative Strategy... [Published Seeking Alpha - Oct 19 2014]
What Really Ended the Great Depression [Published Heritage Foundation - Oct 18 2014]
Vote: Are you anxious about the economy [Published Seattle Times - Oct 17 2014]
Prabhat Patnaik, "Capitalism, Inequality and Gl... [Published MRzine - Oct 17 2014]
Wonkbook: Max Ehrenfreund is your next Wonkbooker [Published Ezra Klein - Oct 17 2014]
Why Stocks Keep Plunging and What to Do Now [Published Kiplinger - Oct 15 2014]
Economics for Ecclesiastics [Published Zenit - Oct 15 2014]
Retirement finances to be topic Oct. 23 at UC S... [Published Del Mar Times - Oct 13 2014]
Jonathan Schlefer: Economists’ long-held belief... [Published Boston Globe - Oct 12 2014]
MOORE: How did the Great Depression actually ru... [Published Washington Times - Oct 11 2014]
Wall Street's Enduring Impact On The Economy [Published Investopedia - Oct 08 2014]
Is Dani Rodrik Gradually 'Going Orthodox'? [Published Private Sector Development Blog - Oct 06 2014]
Is Dani Rodrik Gradually 'Going Orthodox'? [Published World Bank - Oct 06 2014]
The Phillips Curve and jobs numbers, explained [Published Marketplace - Oct 04 2014]
Forget Active vs. Passive: It's All About Factors [Published Advisor Perspectives - Oct 01 2014]
8 Facts About Jewish Indiana [Published Forward - Sep 30 2014]
What an Economist Brings to a Business Strategy [Published Global Advisors - Sep 29 2014]
What an Economist Brings to a Business Strategy [Published HBR Blog Network - Sep 29 2014]
Academics and Social Media [Published Mises.org - Sep 26 2014]
Why a Global Wealth Tax Reduces Inequality [Published Boston IMC - Sep 25 2014]
Small, not big data key to working out what con... [Published Noodls - Sep 23 2014]
Realty: Making sure “sold out” is meaningful [Published Gulf News - Sep 20 2014]
Do poor countries really get richer? [Published The Economist - Sep 19 2014]
Do poor countries really get richer? [Published Free exchange - Sep 19 2014]
Small, not big data key to working out what con... [Published Conversation AU - Sep 19 2014]
The art of investing in stock market [Published Financial Express Bangladesh - Sep 14 2014]
Austrians, Fractional Reserves, and the Money M... [Published The Cobden Centre - Sep 12 2014]
The Fed's "Mutant, Broken Market" [Published Zero Hedge - Aug 28 2014]
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Wonkbook: Max Ehrenfreund is your next Wonkbooker [Published Ezra Klein - Oct 17 2014]
Welcome to Wonkbook, Wonkblog’s morning policy news primer by Puneet Kollipara ( @pkollipara ). To subscribe by e-mail, click  here . Send comments, criticism or ideas to Wonkbook at Washpost dot com. To read more by the Wonkblog team, click  here . Follow ...
Is Dani Rodrik Gradually 'Going Orthodox'? [Published Private Sector Development Blog - Oct 06 2014]
“When my information changes, I alter my conclusions. What do you do, sir?”That quote is usually attributed to John Maynard Keynes, and it was popularized by Paul Samuelson. Some say it was invented by Samuelson. It’s one of my favorites: a warning ...
What an Economist Brings to a Business Strategy [Published HBR Blog Network - Sep 29 2014]
Although many business executives sat through one, or perhaps several, courses in economics while in school, most probably took away little more than the supply and demand graphs to which they were introduced early in their first course. Ask them if ...
Do poor countries really get richer? [Published Free exchange - Sep 19 2014]
DO POVERTY traps exist? Academics seem to think so. According to Google Scholar, so far this year academics have used the phrase “poverty trap” 1,210 times. (Paul Samuelson, possibly the greatest economist of the 20th century, was mentioned a mere 766 ...
Austrians, Fractional Reserves, and the Money M... [Published The Cobden Centre - Sep 12 2014]
[Editor's note: this article, by Robert Batemarco, first appeared at Mises.org ] John Tamny recently wrote a piece at Forbes titled, “The Closing of the Austrian School’s Economic Mind” in which he critiqued certain claims made in Frank Hollenbeck’s ...
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