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Links (3/30/19)

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The Incredible Shrinking Trump Boom - Paul Krugman Worst-case deadweight loss: Theory and implications - VoxEU The Revolution Need Not Be Automated - Acemoglu & Restrepo Some US Social Indicators Since 1960 - Tim Taylor RCTs in the long run - VoxEU Was the Stock-Market Boom Predictable? - Robert J. Shiller Modern Monetary Theory Makes Sense, Up to a Point - Robert Shiller G.O.P. Cruelty Is a Pre-existing Condition - Paul Krugman Republicans Really Hate Healthcare - Paul Krugman The income gap, growing - EurekAlert Global Shocks and the U.S. Economy - Richard Clarida Automation perpetuates the red-blue divide - Brookings Arthur Burns and How Things Fell Apart in the 1970s - Uneasy Money Francis Fukuyama against mainstream economics - Branko Milanovic Can Undergraduates Be

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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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