Monthly Archives for July 2009

Crunching the numbers on health care reform

The latest from the Economic Policy Institute: During another week of intense debate over the affordability of health care reform, EPI economists analyzed original and publicly available data and found that the proposed House health reform bill would pay dividends … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | July 30, 2009
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T. D.C.o.t.E (xiii): Flexibility Fundamentalism

The Dull Compulsion of the Economic (xiii) A series of blog postings by D&S collective member Larry Peterson Flexibility Fundamentalism Recently The Financial Times featured an analysis of the US labor market entitled End of the Line. The piece was … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | July 30, 2009
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