Monthly Archives: February 2011

>New Print Buttons!

>I’m one of those people who prefers reading text as text. I hate having to click through multiple pages to read an article and I often prefer just having simple text without distracting layouts, images, and ads. Occasionally I like … Continue reading

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>The American Economic Review’s Top 20 Papers

> The AER recently posted a list of the top 20 articles published during its first 100 years of existence. I’ve read many of them and presented a few. Modigliani and Miller’s classic 1958 paper on corporate finance is a … Continue reading

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>Shuffling The Deck Chairs

>To hear the comments of some conservative opinion-makers, you would think that Federal Departments are an endangered species. In a recent Op-Ed Matt Kibbe and Dick Armey of FreedomWorks suggested eliminating the Departments of Commerce and Housing And Urban Development. … Continue reading

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