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» The Debate Over Inequality from New Economist
by Mark Thoma Well, me versus Samwick, Mankiw, and DeLong seems like a difficult match to win, but I am going to persist anyway. Stay the course so to speak (see also the Paul Krugman column that is at issue, an earlier post by Andrew Samwick, my respo... [Read More]

» Things You Should Know About This Morning: 8/21 from BlogDC
-Via TPM Muckraker, a British effort to track terrorist's money may be illegal. -Brad DeLong on income inequality. -Madonna, crucifiction, free speech, and the right wing. -Joe makes no sense. -Charlie Cook says George Allen is in big trouble for... [Read More]

» Krugman and Bartels on politics and income inequality from Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
I noticed a link by Tyler Cowen: A few days ago Paul Krugman argued (Times Select, or here is a Mark Thoma summary) that it matters a great deal which political party rules in the United States. Republicans tend to... [Read More]

» Income Inequality and Baseball from Political Animal
INCOME INEQUALITY AND BASEBALL....Brad DeLong has a long post today summarizing a discussion among several eminent economists about income inequality. The question is not whether income inequality has skyrocketed in the past few decades — everyone agre... [Read More]

» Income Inequality and Baseball from Political Animal
INCOME INEQUALITY AND BASEBALL....Brad DeLong has a long post today summarizing a discussion among several eminent economists about income inequality. The question is not whether income inequality has skyrocketed in the past few decades — everyone agre... [Read More]

» Blog debate on government policy and income inequality from Daniel W. Drezner
Let me recap the blog debate over the extent to which government policy is responsible for increases in income inequality in recent decades, set off by this Paul Krugman column from last week. No, that would take to long. Let... [Read More]

» ON THE GIGANTIC BLOGOSPHERIC INEQUALITY DEBATEBy Josh Bivens from MaxSpeak, You Listen!
[My colleague Josh beats me to the punch with this contribution to the inequality debate. Besides the citations he provides, the topic is also engaged by PGL at Angry Bear, Jonah Gelbach at Card-Carrying Member, Tyler Cowen, Andrew Samwick, Mark... [Read More]

» Income Inequality in the US from Economic Investigations
Heres a wide discussion of the causes of rising income inequality in the US and some suggestions for governmental intervention and why theres no mechanism for them to work: Paul Krugman: Wages, Wealth and Politics, the offending column by... [Read More]

» What's Causing Income Inequality? from Washington Syndrome
Readers of Washington Syndrome know that one of my main interests is the rising inequality of wealth in the United States. I find it pretty amazing, for instance, in a country of soaring productivity, and which is far and away... [Read More]

» What's Causing Income Inequality? from Washington Syndrome
Readers of this blog know that one of my main interests is the rising inequality of wealth in the United States. I find it pretty amazing, for instance, in a country of soaring productivity, and which is far and away... [Read More]

» Cui bono? from Asymmetrical Information
I am so last week. I've been trying to write a long piece on income inequality, in the tradition of my series on Healthcare and Abortion, but Real LifeTM has intervened. So I'm late to the party, as usual. Greg Mankiw, Alex Tabarrok, Andrew Samwick, an... [Read More]

» links for 2006-09-22 from Provocative Planet
Mark Bixby :: Graphic Design :: Albuquerque, NM (tags: CSS Design Inspiration Blog) One Stike And You're Out of School: ...How post-Columbine hysteria is wrecking lives. (tags: Childhood Journalism Interesting To_read) S.A.M. - Sensible Assembly Metho... [Read More]

» A Greener Shade of Purple from EphBlog
Best comment in the last few weeks? Jeff Zeeman: What Eph made the most money last year? Not me! Could it have been Chase Coleman '97? Chase Coleman City: New York Firm: Tiger Global Management Age: 31 One of the... [Read More]

» A Greener Shade of Purple from EphBlog
Best comment in May? Jeff Zeeman: Nazis, sex, and explosions: it's official, Ephblog has turned into a Jerry Bruckheimer movie. Links added. I am not as familiar with the Bruckheimer oeuvre as Jeff, but aren't we missing something? How about... [Read More]

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