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The top of today’s reading list has the highlight’s of the just concluded Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show ……… and the last story is about modern slavery via student debt.
- 10 Technologies That Turned Our Heads: 2013 CES in Pictures [Slide Show] (Larry Greenemeier, Scientific American) Read GEI‘s Jillian Friesen’s review of the show highlights for her.
- President Obama: The Greek Politicians Won Elections As Well! (EconMatters) EconMatters is an ocassional contributor to Global Economic Intersection.
- The Foreclosure Fiasco (Joe Nocera, The New York Times)
- The GOP’s big electoral vote gambit, explained (Aaron Blake, Washington Post) By the proposed process Romney would have won the majority of electoral votes in 2012 despite losing the popular vote by 4%. Romney would have recieved 13 of the 18 electoral votes in Pennsylavnia (instead of zero), a state that Obama won by a third of a million votes (5.4%) margin.
- Obama commits Unilateral Disarmament as a Debt Ceiling Negotiator (Wlliam K. Black, New Economic Perspectives) Bill Black is an occasional; contributor to Global Economic Intersection.
- Are State-Owned Banks the Antidote to the Too-Big-To-Fail Epidemic? (Christopher Mattews, Time) Hat tip to Public Banking Institute.
- Japan and India’s Growing Embrace (Jeffrey W. Hornung, The Diplomat)
- The central bank money-printing party (Bill Fleckenstein, MSN Money) MMTers need to read this!!!
- Visualizing Improvement (Macroblog, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)