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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

Aug 13, 2014

Will The Largest US Companies Hurt Your Portfolio?

There is substantial evidence that, over the long term, larger companies tend to have worse stock price performance than smaller ones. The work of Nobel prize winners in economics, Bill Sharpe and Eugene Fama, among others, support this. Therefore, i... #ExxonMobil #Rex W Tillerson #Google Inc. #Eugene, OR
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Aug 26, 2014

Good and Bad Inequality

The “old” theory about inequality was that redistribution via the tax system weakened incentives and undermined economic growth. But the relationship between inequality and growth is far more complex and multi-dimensional than this simple trade-off s... #ExxonMobil #Rex W Tillerson #Google Inc. #Eugene, OR
Fall of the mighty: How a student took on Harvard economists and won

Aug 19, 2014

The Subaru Outback offers a classy drive and rugged good looks at an attractive price, writes Ian Mallon

Want to gauge the economic climate then ask “Are ya busy?” and wait for the reaction. There's various barometers and anecdotal tests that we as citizens use to gauge the economic climate. Most importantly the easiest test is to ask someone: “Are ya b... #BMW #Dublin, Ireland
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