Category Archives: economics

  1. Corporations Abusing the Market, Part 2

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    July 15, 2012 by galudwig

    Jon from Brain and Mind left a thoughtful comment on my earlier post on corporations ‘abusing’ the market, in which …
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  2. The Skidelskys and the ‘Age of Consumption’

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    July 8, 2012 by galudwig

    Some things just rub me the wrong way. Many of these things involve expert economists who prescribe a certain way …
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  3. Corporations Abusing the Market and the Difference between Moderates and Radicals

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    June 29, 2012 by galudwig

    On my post from yesterday, Atticus Finch commented the following: When a corporation has the power to “play unfairly” via, …
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  4. Adam Smith and the Proper Role of Government

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    June 28, 2012 by galudwig

    Well, it seems that my plan to write one or two posts a week has already been given up. No …
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  5. Does the death-penalty debate represent market failure? Or rather political failure?

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    June 13, 2012 by galudwig

    In a recent blog post on bloomberg, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers make the case against using sociological and criminological studies to …
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