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Is sociology really irrelevant in policy debates? @familyunequal does a better job with the #s blog.contexts.org/2015/01/25/soc… http://t.co/c4E25DTCmm—   (@SocImages) February 04, 2015

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https://twitter.com/MiltonFriedmanS/status/630956276554444800/photo/1 #Australia:highest minimum wage in OECD relative to purchasing power. Increases #youthunemployment #auspol #jobsearch http://t.co/HML9l2rD7R— Bob Day (@senatorbobday) August 11, 2015

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Originally posted on croaking cassandra:
I’ve been continuing to reflect on Graeme Wheeler’s repeated observation that New Zealand’s exchange rate “needs” to come down. I’m still not entirely sure what he means. The exchange rate is an asset price and presumably should reflect all expected future relevant information, not just spot information about current dairy…

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Page 32 of "An Illustrated Guide to Income" more economic #dataviz at: bit.ly/12SEI9p http://t.co/HYm0II2UNI— Catherine Mulbrandon (@VisualEcon) May 08, 2013 Page 33 of "An Illustrated Guide to Income" more economic #dataviz at: bit.ly/10M7lqR http://t.co/FcmaqZWB32— Catherine Mulbrandon (@VisualEcon) May 09, 2013 In 2015, the top 25 hedge fund managers made a whopping $12.94 billion #hedgefundshttps://t.co/CJL5C4j2DL pic.twitter.com/r523JTYHgk …

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Originally posted on croaking cassandra:
Plenty of commentaries have remarked on the very low inflation numbers out this morning. None (that I have seen) has highlighted what a severe commentary these numbers are on the Reserve Bank’s conduct of monetary policy over the last few years. Reciting the history in numbers gets a little repetitive,…

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The researchers found that the upfront cost of efficiency upgrades of a large randomized controlled trial of 30,000 homes in Michigan came to about $5,000 per house, on average. But their central estimate of the energy savings only amounted to about $2,400 per household, on average, over the lifetime of the upgrades. After the upgrades, …

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Do Living Wage advocates realise it helps richer households more than poorer ones? My take: telegraph.co.uk/finance/budget… … http://t.co/YPTB6v7tSB— Fraser Nelson (@FraserNelson) July 10, 2015

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