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Links (3/21/19)

Summary:
Calling time on 'statistical significance' in science research - EurekAlert Work of the past, work of the future - VoxEU Holy Voodoo, Batman! - Paul Krugman Raising the Curtain: Trade and Empire - Brad DeLong Six Migrants and Their Descendants Who Made History - Brad DeLong The Disjunction Between Production and Distribution - Brad DeLong Monetary policy in times of uncertainty - VoxEU When the dismal science is getting you down - Women in Economics at Berkeley The Fall in China's Current Account Surplus Was Not Replicated Across Asia - Brad Setser Alan Krueger helped make life better for millions who will never know his name - Larry Summers Responding to some of the critiques of our paper on secular stagnation and fiscal policy - Larry Summers The Remarkable

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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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