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Eszter Hargittai: Political Weblog Link Structure

Eszter Hargittai: Political Weblog Link Structure


People Living on a Dollar or Less a Day

People Living on a Dollar or Less a Day

Economist graph of World Bank estimates via Kash Mansouri


Investment Spending and Productivity Growth

Investment Spending and Productivity Growth

Source: Kash Mansouri


Rupert Murdoch Smiles

Rupert Murdoch Smiles

James Estrin/New York Times


World GDP per Capita, 1 Million B.C. to 2100

World GDP per Capita, 1 Million B.C. to 2100

Michael Spence


Fox News's View of George Soros

Fox News's View of George Soros


U.S. Infant Mortality

U.S. Infant Mortality

Source: CDC


20070424_housing

20070424_housing


20070424_family_values

20070424_family_values


20070424_entitlements_aaron

20070424_entitlements_aaron


20070424_labor_share_2

20070424_labor_share_2


20070424_labor_share

20070424_labor_share


20070424_more

20070424_more


20070424_license

20070424_license


20070424_peeps

20070424_peeps


20070424_pew_polls

20070424_pew_polls


20070424_recovery

20070424_recovery


20070424_venezuela_zeppelin

20070424_venezuela_zeppelin


20070328_crude_spike

20070328_crude_spike


20070327_more

20070327_more


20070314_ps_top1percent19172005

20070314_ps_top1percent19172005


Housing Starts and Completions

Housing Starts and Completions

From Calculated Risk. Completions--and thus employment--lag housing starts by six to nine months.


Mentions of Recession on Technorati

Mentions of Recession on Technorati

From Menzie Chinn. Mentions of "recession" on Technorati on weblogs with "some authority."


Employment Growth by Industry

Employment Growth by Industry

From Kash Mansouri


Detrended Employment-to-Population Ratio

Detrended Employment-to-Population Ratio


20070305_bush_climate

20070305_bush_climate


20070305_wellington

20070305_wellington


Il Quarto Stato--The Fourth Estate

Il Quarto Stato--The Fourth Estate

Painted by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo in 1901.


20070303_toofondofbooks

20070303_toofondofbooks


The Industrial Revolution in Cotton

The Industrial Revolution in Cotton

Data from Louca and Friedman (2001).

Source: Chris Freeman and Francisco Louca (2001), As Time Goes By: From the Industrial Revolutions to the Information Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press: 0199241074).

The heroic age of the British Industrial Revolution saw a three-hundredfold decline in the real cost of spinning cotton.
What had been one of the principal bottlenecks of the pre-industrial economy, and one of the principal non-agricultural occupations of humanity, became one of the cheapest and easiest parts of production.
The extraordinary fall in the price of spinning cotton gave an extraordinary boost to demand for cotton--to the benefit of Indian farmers, Egyptian tax collectors, and American slaveholders.


20070301_lafayette_earthquake

20070301_lafayette_earthquake


20070228_tahoe

20070228_tahoe


20070227_dow_227

20070227_dow_227


20070227_cap_util

20070227_cap_util


20070227_empplpop_nsa

20070227_empplpop_nsa


20070227_empl_pop

20070227_empl_pop


20070227_pdty_and_change

20070227_pdty_and_change


20070227_pdty

20070227_pdty


20070226_ip_wsj_inflation_expectations

20070226_ip_wsj_inflation_expectations


Capn_america

Capn_america


Bushmerkelrub

Bushmerkelrub


Alarmed_when_he_took_over

Alarmed_when_he_took_over


20070224_value_of_euro

20070224_value_of_euro


20070223_amir_peretz

20070223_amir_peretz


20070216_trade_chinn

20070216_trade_chinn


20070215_ip

20070215_ip


20070215_gastaxes

20070215_gastaxes


20070203_mansouri_wages_empl_jan07b

20070203_mansouri_wages_empl_jan07b


20070203_mansouri_empl_jan07a

20070203_mansouri_empl_jan07a


20070202_net_exports

20070202_net_exports


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