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May 15, 2005

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» Income Mobility from Political Animal
INCOME MOBILITY....David Brooks writes about income mobility today:The big difference between poor Republicans and poor Democrats is that the former believe that individuals can make it on their own with hard work and good character. According to the P... [Read More]

» Income Mobility from Political Animal
INCOME MOBILITY....David Brooks writes about income mobility today:The big difference between poor Republicans and poor Democrats is that the former believe that individuals can make it on their own with hard work and good character. According to the P... [Read More]

» Income Mobility from Political Animal
INCOME MOBILITY....David Brooks writes about income mobility today:The big difference between poor Republicans and poor Democrats is that the former believe that individuals can make it on their own with hard work and good character. According to the P... [Read More]

» More on Inequality & Politics from Deinonychus antirrhopus
In looking at the problem of income inequality (to the extent that there is one), I was wondering what some of the causes are. So I downloaded two series of data. First was the manufacturing employment number (at the end of the year--series number CES3... [Read More]

» Absolute versus relative mobility: A Primer from Economics Unbound
I'm coming back to the same point because it's an important one: Absolute mobility matters more than relative mobility. *Absolute mobility means that living standards are increasing in absolute terms: You are better off than your parents, and your chil... [Read More]

» Absolute versus relative mobility: A Primer from Economics Unbound
I'm coming back to the same point because it's an important one: Absolute mobility matters more than relative mobility. *Absolute mobility means that living standards are increasing in absolute terms: You are better off than your parents, and your chil... [Read More]

» Conspicuous consumption from Battlepanda
I purchased a cellphone six months ago for $50 that Bill Gates himself could not have bought for a million dollars 6 years ago. Does that mean I'm better off than Bill-6-years-ago? [Read More]

» DeLong on class from EdCone.com
Brad DeLong on the NYT class series: "This argument--that rising standards of living as a whole are making it appear that class is unimportant while in fact class matters more than ever--is an old one. [Read More]

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