Mortgage Companies Cash in on Pandemic Relief | Doug French

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The nation’s billionaires are catching plenty of grief for profiting from the pandemic. All they are guilty of is providing services people wish to...

Saturday assorted links – Marginal REVOLUTION

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1. “A set of land in virtual world Decentraland has sold for a record-breaking $913,808 worth of MANA, the game’s Ethereum-based cryptocurrency.” 2. Vitalik on...

Critical Race Theory and Our Weaponized Schools | Ryan McMaken, Tho Bishop

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Government schools have always been tools of the regime for teaching state-approved ideology and culture. The rise of critical race theory is just the...

Stress-testing supply chains is key to a durable global recovery

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The writer is the executive director of the LSE Economic Diplomacy Commission Recent months have shown that supply chains carry not only the world’s goods,...

Capitalism Isn’t a Modern Invention. It’s Medieval. | David Gordon

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During the eighteenth century, capitalism in Europe “took off” in a way it had not done before, and as a result the West surpassed...

How lawyers are cleaning up supply chains

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Multinationals are digging deeper into the legal plumbing of their own organisations to maximise their sustainability credentials and meet climate or social pledges.As organisations...

The Fed Plans to Raise Interest Rates—Years from Now | Ryan McMaken

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On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee voted to continue with a target federal funds rate of 0.25 percent, and to continue...

The links with Tai that Brussels hopes will bind

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Wages, Prices, and the Demand for Money: Keynes Got It All Wrong | Robert...

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Markets clear. Or so was the accumulated wisdom in the half century before John Maynard Keynes. The British economist proposed a novel theory of...

UK food and drink exports to EU fall by almost half

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UK exports of food and drink to the EU dropped by almost half in the first three months of 2021 from a year earlier,...

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