Do Lower Minimum Wages for Young Workers Raise their Employment? Evidence from a Danish Discontinuity This is a must read for those interested in labor economics. One picture summarizes this paper well: […]
Will the working poor be better off in the future? Probably not. But it will not be the government’s fault
In-Work Poverty in the United States This is a must read from the IZA on the prospects for working poor. To summarize, the prospects are not good. This paper finds that wages […]
Economics in Transition This is a great read on the state of economics. As most people are aware, economists have been bludgeoned for not predicting the financial crisis. Though, this is ridiculous […]
Low Productivity Growth: The Capital Formation Link Here is a great read on productivity out of the Fed Reserve Bank of New York. Much research has been committed to understanding why productivity […]
The New Senate Republican Bill Will Transform American Health Care I thought this was a good read to get the perspective of someone fully supports (well, based on the last paragraph, it […]
First off, I must apologize for the graphic nature of the cartoon below. That said, I think it depicts “healthcare reform” (or, more honestly, the healthcare disaster) accurately. The unfunny part of […]
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