Market power in the U.S. economy today

Overview The U.S. economy has a “market power” problem, notwithstanding our strong and extensive antitrust institutions. The surprising conjunction of the exercise of market power with well-established antitrust norms, precedents, […]

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Must-Read: Mark Thoma: The Demand for Education

Must-Read: Mark Thoma: The Demand for Education: “One of the most rewarding parts of deciding to go online 12 years ago… http://economistsview.typepad.com/economistsview/2017/03/the-demand-for-education.html …has little to do with the things I […]

Must- and Should-Reads: April 30, 2017

Adam Tooze: Reviewing ‘How Will Capitalism End?’ by Wolfgang Streeck: “Streeck draws urgent practical conclusions… https://www.lrb.co.uk/v39/n01/adam-tooze/a-general-logic-of-crisis Heather Boushey, Brad DeLong and Marshall Steinbaum: Equitable Growth in Conversation: Marshall Steinbaum: “I […]

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