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Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Apr 18, 2013

Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

In the world of economic luminaries, it doesn't get much bigger than Reinhart and Rogoff, whose work has had enormous influence in one of the biggest economic policy debates of the age. #Debt #ThingsWeLike #Thomas Herndon #University of Massachusetts #Economic Theory

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Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Jun 23, 2014

The north needs more than a high-speed train line, George

The UK's north-south divide can't be fixed by the chancellor's railway proposal, which is likely to entrench London's position The chancellor's new enthusiasm is for a high-speed rail link along a Northern axis from Liverpool through Manchester to Le... #London #UK Conservative Party #London School of Economics #Manchester #George Osborne
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Jul 08, 2014

How to dig our couch potato generation out of their torpor

"I'm bored". This groan will already have rung out in houses all over the country now that the summer holidays have arrived. Many parents of school-going children today are insecure about their role. Not only do we need to provide children with all t... #London #UK Conservative Party #London School of Economics #Manchester #George Osborne
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Jul 08, 2014

What Is the Purpose of the ECB?

Main pivot, insuring alone the survival of the euro, without any assistance from the EU's executive bodies, the European Central Bank (ECB) is today obliged to do exactly the opposite of what is set out by the Treaties: lending to States in order to ... #European Union #European Central Bank
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