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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

Jul 24, 2014

Put a price on nature? We must stop this neoliberal road to ruin

The failure of the markets hasn't stopped the rise of the gobbledygook-filled Nature Capital Agenda. We can This is the transcript of George Monbiot's SPERI Annual Lecture, hosted by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute at the Universit...
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Jul 16, 2014

77% in developed world are happy but wish life was simpler, says poll

Survey of 16,000 people finds widespread contentment, but few optimistic about prospects for the planet More than three quarters of people in the developed world say they are happy, but a clear majority wish their life was simpler, according to a stu...
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Jul 17, 2014

Capital in the Twenty-first Century by Thomas Piketty review

There has been an intense debate about this surprise bestseller. What is the upshot? This is a VIB very important book. Nearly everyone agrees about that. But the reasons for its importance have changed in the months since it was published. At first ... #Europe #France