EU and UK must push to get a Brexit deal over the line

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As so often with Brexit negotiations, the two sides take one step forward and then take another back — as was demonstrated this week...

Slavery: The “Broken Window” of American Economic History | Lipton Matthews

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The New Historians of Capitalism have unleashed a renaissance in the study of slavery as foundational to American progress. Unlike conservative economists who declaim...

The Great Walter Williams, Radical Troublemaker – Marginal REVOLUTION

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Our colleague, the great Walter Williams, died on Tuesday shortly after teaching his last class–which is exactly how he would have wanted to go....

Brussels’ subtle role reining in Huawei

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FT premium subscribers can click here to receive Trade Secrets by email.Hello from Brussels, where everyone’s supposed to be contemplating a reset of relations...

Ho hum now I am definitely up to five percent – Marginal REVOLUTION

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Here is the article.  And more here. The post Ho hum now I am definitely up to five percent appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

The pandemic bankruptcy wave has been delayed, not avoided

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In a short Twitter thread last month, Olivier Blanchard, former chief economist of the IMF and past president of the American Economic Association, reassessed...

Privacy, Power, Fiscal Policy, the Poor: Four Reasons to Worry about CBDCs | Wolf...

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Contact Wolf von LaerWolf von Laer studies Austrian economics at Rey Juan Carlos University in Spain....

Canada gamble of the day – Marginal REVOLUTION

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Canada’s deficit is growing at the fastest rate among developed nations as it seeks to prop up its economy during the Covid-19 pandemic. Canadian officials...

The ‘everything rally’: vaccines prompt wave of market exuberance

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The markets have become too hot to handle. So intense is the frenzied stock-buying that even many of Wall Street’s biggest brokerages and wealth...

Why Governments Hate Decentralization and “Local Control” | Ryan McMaken

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In recent decades, many have claimed that advances in communications and transportation would eliminate the different political, economic, and cultural characteristics peculiar to residents of different regions within...

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