There are many billions of people in the world. There are tens, if not hundreds, of business firms. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of [more…]
Willford King has written:
"It is easy to find a man in almost any line of employment who is twice as efficient as another employee, but [more…]
Much of what we are told as being advances in economics are diversions or delusions that serve only to trap us in a cul-de-sac. Sometimes [more…]
In its long search for the illusion of equilibrium economics has had to barter away one aspect of reality after another. Driven by its desire [more…]
Ha-Joon Chang nails it.
But I wish he hadn't.
You see, I agree with his analysis of the inverse nature of status within the economics [more…]
One of my ongoing sources of frustration is the amount of effort elitist folk put into lecturing the rest of us about why we ordinary people [more…]
Beware of the possible snark in the following:
One of the possibilities you face when you commit to writing about something is that you get called names. Sometimes you [more…]
I want to point you to an article in Salon about how academic recruitment is horribly skewed. It confirms what most of you know: academic [more…]
I must admit that I find it difficult to take the current stand off between the White House and Congress over immigration too seriously. Unfortunately [more…]
The French Republican thinker Charles Péguy once said:
"One must always say what one sees. But especially -- and this is the hard part -- [more…]