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  • Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality

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    Links: Josh Zumbrun and Anna Louie Susan: Proof of a ‘Gig Economy’ Revolution Is Hard to Find - WSJ * Jesse Rothstein: The Great Recession and its aftermath: What role do structural changes play? * Must-Read: Ben Bernanke: Reconstructing Macroeconomics * Must-Read: Paul Romer: Freshwater Feedback Part 1: “Everybody Does It” * Must-Read: Paul Krugman: Fire Phasers * Chris Black...more

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  • Economist's View

    Links for 08-02-15

    Inflation Paranoia as a Tribal Marker - Paul Krugman Recovery without Military Keynesianism - Econbrowser On the Great Financial Panic of 2007 - No Hesitations Paul Romer Confronts the "Adversarial Method" - Brad DeLong Is thne tech industry's claim of worker shortagephony? - Michael Hiltzik Secular Stagnation - Brad DeLong Feynman Integrity - Paul Romer Monetary policy at...more

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  • Marginal REVOLUTION

    *Hun Sen’s Cambodia*

    That is the new and excellent book by Sebastian Strangio, which you can think of as a post-Sihanouk look at the country from a political economy point of view.  Here are just a few bits: The cruelty and callousness that allowed jilted wives to order and commit such brutal attacks on young women also had its echo in history.  As the historian Michael Vickery has written, patterns of sud...more

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Geostrategy

  • Informed Comment

    World already halfway to Climate Point of No Return

    The Tree | – – The world may already have warmed more than halfway to the limit governments have agreed to contain warming to, according to a new analysis commissioned by the New Scientist. This new research finds that four out of five major surface temperature measurements are set to pass the halfway to danger mark of 1DegC this year. This news comes hot on the heels of repo...more

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    Can the Iran Deal be defeated by Rhetoric likening it to the Holocaust?

    by SHALOM GOLDMAN for ISLAMiCommentary Opinion polls and election results indicate that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s rhetoric — which compares the Islamic republic of Iran to the Nazi regime and the recently-signed accords with Iran (the P5+ 1 agreement ) to the Munich pact of 1938 — has played well within Israel. Netanyahu’s characterization of the agreement sign...more

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    Does Climate Change spell the end of glass-box Skyscrapers?

    By David Coley | (The Conversation) | – – How do we go about designing buildings today for tomorrow’s weather? As the world warms and extreme weather becomes more common, sustainable architecture is likely to mean one major casualty: glass. For decades glass has been everywhere, even in so-called “modern” or “sustainable” architecture such as London’s Gherkin. How...more

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United States

  • Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality

    Links and Tweets

    Links: Josh Zumbrun and Anna Louie Susan: Proof of a ‘Gig Economy’ Revolution Is Hard to Find - WSJ * Jesse Rothstein: The Great Recession and its aftermath: What role do structural changes play? * Must-Read: Ben Bernanke: Reconstructing Macroeconomics * Must-Read: Paul Romer: Freshwater Feedback Part 1: “Everybody Does It” * Must-Read: Paul Krugman: Fire Phasers * Chris Black...more

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  • Economist's View

    Links for 08-02-15

    Inflation Paranoia as a Tribal Marker - Paul Krugman Recovery without Military Keynesianism - Econbrowser On the Great Financial Panic of 2007 - No Hesitations Paul Romer Confronts the "Adversarial Method" - Brad DeLong Is thne tech industry's claim of worker shortagephony? - Michael Hiltzik Secular Stagnation - Brad DeLong Feynman Integrity - Paul Romer Monetary policy at...more

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  • Marginal REVOLUTION

    *Hun Sen’s Cambodia*

    That is the new and excellent book by Sebastian Strangio, which you can think of as a post-Sihanouk look at the country from a political economy point of view.  Here are just a few bits: The cruelty and callousness that allowed jilted wives to order and commit such brutal attacks on young women also had its echo in history.  As the historian Michael Vickery has written, patterns of sud...more

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Aaron Menenberg is Foreign Policy and Energy analyst, and a Future Leader with Foreign Policy Initiative. He also co-hosts Podlitical Risk (@podliticalrisk). He is a graduate student in international relations at The Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Previously he has worked at Praescient Analytics, The Hudson Institute, for the Israeli Ministry of Defense, and at the IBM Corporation. The views expressed are his own, and you can follow him on Twitter @AaronMenenberg. He welcomes questions and comments at menenbergaaron@gmail.com.