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Links (4/27/19)

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Progressive Capitalism Is Not an Oxymoron - Joseph Stiglitz The Great Republican Abdication - Paul Krugman Where Do Good Jobs Come From? - Daron Acemoglu Further Thinking on the Costs and Benefits of Deficits - Furman and Summers When Did the Blacksmiths Disappear? - Tim Taylor Views on the minimum wage show economics to be an inexact science - mainly macro Has the U.S. economy stagnated because its work force aged? - FRB Minneapolis Restoring Antimonopoly Through Bright-Line Rules - ProMarket Survival of the Wrongest - Paul Krugman Is the Fed's Floor System Beginning to Fold? - Macro Musings Least Squares Is But One Approach to Linear Regression - Marc F. Bellemare Recursions for the Moments of Some Discrete Distributions - Dave Giles Armpits, White Ghettos and Contempt

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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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