Econintersect: Five interesting things we read today are listed below. A number of other things read today are listed after the Read more >> break.
Management theory was hijacked in the 80s. We’re still suffering the fallout (Simon Caulkin, The Guardian) Good governance went out of the window when the Chicago school’s reductive view of human nature took hold.
Why Did the Republicans Win the House? (Geoffrey R. Stone, Huffington Post) A good companion for Paul Hanly’s The Gerrymander Triumph.
Thanks to Dodd-Frank, Community Banks Are Too Small to Survive (Louise C. Bennetts, The Cato Institute)
Capitalism (Ludwig von Mises, Ludwig von Mises Institute)
U.S. to Be World’s Top Oil Producer in 5 Years, Report Says (Elisabeth Rosenthal, The New York Times)
What If US Economic Growth Is Over? (Russ Koesterich, Advisor Perspectives)
BlackBerry Will Finally Announce Its ComeBack … in January (Melanie Rodier, Wall Street & Technology)
Hawks and Hypocrites (Paul Krugman, The New York Times)
It’s the welfare state, stupid (Robert J. Samuelson, The Washington Post)
A Simple Fiscal Fix That Would Make The US Immensely Safer Without Hurting A Single Citizen (Joe Wiesenthal, Business Insider)
Secession petitions filed on White House Web site (Rachel Weiner, The Washington Post)
Mitt Romney’s Reality Check (Jonathan Schell, Project Syndicate)
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