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Book Review: The Worldly Philosophers

July 5th, 2013
in Op Ed, syndication

by Dirk Ehnts, Econoblog101p> This book by Robert Heilbroner, subtitled The Lives, Times and Ideas of Great Economic Thinkers, was published originally in 1953 and then in 1961 as a revised edition. It is a history of economics before the world as we… more »

U.S. Economy 2012: Odds Favor a Recession

January 2nd, 2012
in Op Ed

by Stephen Swanson, bio end of article With a highly uncertain global economy and accumulating geopolitical risks, peering into 2012 is a challenging and inherently difficult exercise fraught with uncertainty. To minimize further uncertainty, it is bel… more »

A Tale of Two Centuries

September 10th, 2011
in Op Ed

Our popular economics is myopic and serves only the interests of merchants and traders while hollowing out the foundation of our wealth, i.e. our powers of production. more »

De-evolution of Western Economies

August 30th, 2011
in Op Ed

by Guest Author Eduard Fischer So here we are at the cusp of another bear market, or some might call it the next leg down in a cyclical bear market. Or is it just a bull market correction? Why are stocks selling off and what is likely to happen nex… more »

Prediction: Demand Will Rule the World

August 29th, 2011
in Op Ed

In this fight over global demand it is the deficit countries that have all the best cards. They control demand, which is the world’s scarcest and most valuable commodity. Once they begin intervening in trade and regaining the full use of their domestic demand, they will push the adjustment onto the surplus countries. Unemployment in deficit countries will drop, while it will rise in surplus countries. more »




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