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The top of today’s reading list is an article by Barry Ritholtz on how to create skilled workers …….. and the last article contrasts the economic performance of Poland with the EU-17 which share the euro currency.
- How to Create Skilled Workers (Barry Ritholtz, The Big Picture)
- Hans Rosling: How much do you know about the world? (BBC News Magazine) Hat tip to Lykke E. Andersen, INESAD Development Roast.
- Warren Buffett’s 15 Most Memorable Quotes (Chelsea Pieroni, Wall St. Cheat Sheet)
- The Forty Year Slump (Harold Myerson, American Prospect)
- Wages As a Percent of US Corporate Profits Lowest Since WWII (Jesse’s Cafe Americain) Suggested normal range added by Econintersect.
- Supply-side economics in a nutshell (Matt Busigin, Macrofugue Analytics)
- Fannie Mae: Mortgage Serious Delinquency rate declined in October, Lowest since December 2008 (Bill McBride, Calculated Risk)
- Inside the Company that Bungled Obamacare (Lynnley Browning, Newsweek) Hard to believe but Healthcare.gov might not be CGI’s biggest Headache.
- This ‘Pick And Shovel’ Energy Stock Has An Overlooked Catalyst (Joseph Hogue, Street Authority)
- How Poland Became Europe’s Most Dynamic Economy (Rodger Malcolm Mitchell, Monetary Solvereignty) Rodger Malcolm Mitchell has contributed to Global Economic Intersection. The following graph is from an article quoted by Mitchell from Bloomberg Businessweek by Stephan Faris.