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Google Tries Selective Intervention? Why Do Bad Ideas Spread? Luzzetti and Ohanian on the Rise and Fall of Keynesianism

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  • 1. Roundup Jan 8 at Catallaxy Files  |  8 January 2011 at 5:07 am

    […] The inaugural Adam Smith Lecture by Nigel Lawson, Chancellor of the Exchequer) for Margaret Thatcher. The five myths that he identified are scientism, the precautionary principle, Keynesianism, the pursuit of “green jobs” to fend off global warming and the view that the current account imbalances that exist in the world are both unnatural and a threat to global economic health.   The link came from Samuel Brittan, looking at the implication of the global imbalances of funds.   A fresh look at microeconomics.  “nom nom nom” is said to have originated with the Cookie Monster. It has become a preferred way to express voracious eating. Today the meme has spread to everyday conversation. It is almost certain that the word economics was coined without nom nom nom in mind. But if it was not intentional, it was prophetic to put NOM right in the tummy of “economics,” as the concept of noming is so central to economics.  Exploring the reasons for the “Keynesian avalanche“. War Links from Michael Warby. Jo Nova on the danger of  cold climate changes. The Two Cultures. Fascinating slides, not sure what they mean! Steve Jobs (Apple) Inside the brain of an entrepreneur. Top Posts for 2010 on Organizations & Markets. […]

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