The German Plan to Destroy French Culture – The Occupation of France – WW2 – 066 – November 30, 1940

Graeber Against Economics

How do banks that solicit deposits from pesky customers, all demand cheques services, ATMs, and bank branches survive in competition with banks who can just print money and loan it out at a profit?

Uneasy Money

David Graeber’s vitriolic essay “Against Economics” in the New York Review of Books has generated responses from Noah Smith and Scott Sumner among others. I don’t disagree with much that Noah or Scott have to say, but I want to dig a little deeper than they did into some of Graeber’s arguments, because even though I think he is badly misinformed on many if not most of the subjects he writes about, I actually have some sympathy for his dissatisfaction with the current state of economics. Graeber wastes no time on pleasantries.

There is a growing feeling, among those who have the responsibility of managing large economies, that the discipline of economics is no longer fit for purpose. It is beginning to look like a science designed to solve problems that no longer exist.

A serious polemicist should avoid blatant mischaracterizations, exaggerations and cheap shots, and should be well-grounded in…

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Did Nordhaus ignore runaway #globalwarming?

From https://academic.oup.com/reep/article-abstract/5/2/240/1564675

Friedman (1951) thought the union wage premium was overstated because it can’t be as big as doctors’ extract from occupational licensing

Did @MasseyUni buckle to Chinese embassy pressure to take down Hong Kong protest posters?

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Steven Pinker: Are guns to blame for America’s homicide rate?

.@AmnestyNZ criticized Australia despite frequent grant of refugee status to uncooperative asylum seekers based on minimal information

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