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In the last month or so, I've seen some remarkably dubious studies flogged around what Lambert calls the Innertubes, all ringing changes on the same themes: outsized pay for those at the top is a reflection of a state of nature. Fortunately, a new study from Lawrence Mishel and Alyssa Davis of the Economic Policy Institute has done the heavy...
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A California county recognizes that the flip slide of banks being Too Big to Fail is that they are also Too Crooked to Trust....
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The Bank of Greece...
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After a decisive defeat on TAA, a provision which needed to be passed to secure Fast Track approval, the Administration is trying to secure a stealth reversal....
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Andrew Ross Sorkin is waiving his arms about the Starr v. Board of Governors ruling being the "end of bailouts." And he is SO wrong.  Sorkin writes that "Legal experts say that the ruling, coupled with certain provisions of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law enacted after the crisis, makes it unlikely the government would ever rescue a...

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Economics, law and politics are all crucial to the story of Greece, but in the moment of default or Grexit they take a back seat to something far more important: organizational capacity....
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How arrogant ignorance has squandered the US position of world leadership....
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Limiting greenhouse gas production requires more radical measures to reduce fossil fuel use, and that means on production as well....
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Technology advances have hollowed out middle-skill jobs, often forcing those workers into less-well-paid work. That trend is set to intensify....
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