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Originally posted on Skills and Work:
By Stijn Broecke. Today the OECD has released a new working paper by Thor Berger and Carl Frey (famous from his work on the automatability of jobs) which provides a systematic overview of the literature examining the impact of digitalisation on labour markets. By now, the stylised facts are…

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JONATHAN TURLEY The University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse has been much in the news these days and, for some, the news is not good.  The school seems at the heart of a national trend toward hyper-sensitivity and intense scrutiny over the use of free speech.  In one recent inside, a student objected to a Harry Potter …

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Milton Friedman visited Australia in 1975. He spoke with government officials and appeared on the  TV show  Monday Conference. Apparently, that was enough for him to take over Australian monetary policy setting for the foreseeable future. When working at the next desk to the monetary policy section in the late 1980s, I heard not a …

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Originally posted on Citizen Tom:
In the foreword of 1956 American edition of The Road to Serfdom by F. A. Hayek, Hayek discussed the terms “Liberal” and “Conservative.” The fact that this book was originally written with only the British public in mind does not appear to have seriously affected its intelligibility for the American reader. But…

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Originally posted on Creativeconflictwisdom's Blog:
Long ago and far away, my then girlfriend very conservative Sally said one day to a very radical me: ‘You know there are just as many assholes on my side in politics as on yours. And she named some examples on our politically divided, unruly university campus. And just…

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