My entry in the Open Borders logo design contest. Also, a t-shirt idea based on the design and a photo posted in the contest thread: And another:… Read more “Open Borders Logo Contest”
Brad DeLong recently debated Alan Reynolds at Kansas State, which I’m not too interested in. However, I was interested in this (h/t Brad DeLong): In any bank… Read more “Could Alan Reynolds Have Been More Right?”
David Beckworth, Scott Sumner, and Ryan Avent discuss market monetarism at the American Enterprise Institute.
In a previous post, I had this to say: I have no data on this at my fingertips, but my intuition tells me that if Head Start’s… Read more “IQ Tales”
Here is a link to the conversation that I touched off with Miles Kimball regarding Capital Ratios and Double Liability (sadly, I spent the day mostly away… Read more “Discussion of Capital Ratios and Double Liability”
No, you didn’t read that title wrong. In this post I hope to outline the argument against the view, popularized by Reinhart, Reinhart, and Rogoff, that recoveries… Read more “Slow Recoveries Cause Financial Crises”
James Oliver recently e-mailed me a shortlist of people I could consider adding to the “Too Brittle to Sustain” club: Bill Woolsey Bill Woolsey is an excellent… Read more “A Warm Welcome”
Leigh Caldwell has an interesting reconciliation of Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem, and also takes a swipe at my contention about initiatives (not quoted): So what I propose is… Read more “A Token of Your Appreciation”