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Links (2/25/19)

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Is Economics for Me? Increasing the Participation of Black Women in Economics - Lael Brainard New Evidence that Unions Raise Wages for Less-Skilled Workers - NBER Digest When does one of the central ideas in economics work? - EurekAlert The Anticompetitive Effects of Low Interest Rates - ProMarket Democrats for Family Values - Paul Krugman Evaluating lower-for-longer policies: Temporary price-level targeting - Ben Bernanke The Road to Digital Serfdom? The Visible Hand of Surveillance Capitalism - ProMarket Models Only Get You So Far - Simon Potter Big Data for 21st Century Economic Statistics - No Hesitations Monetary policy communications and household inflation expectations - VoxEU Inflation risks and inflation expectations - Cecchetti & Schoenholtz How Imperfect Knowledge

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Mark Thoma
Mark Allen Thoma (born December 15, 1956) is a macroeconomist and econometrician and a Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Oregon. Thoma is best known as a regular columnist for The Fiscal Times through his blog "Economist's View", which Paul Krugman called "the best place by far to keep up with the latest in economic discourse", and as an analyst at CBS MoneyWatch. He is also a regular contributor to EconoMonitor.

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