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Monday Links

Just three links this week: (1) Mark Karlin, The End Game of Shutting Off Residential Water in Detroit Is a Likely Privatization Attempt.  Buzzflash at Truthout. Mystery solved (not that this is surprising). (2) Gretchen Morgenson, Private Equity’s Free Pass.  The New … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | July 28, 2014
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Piketty’s Model of Inequality and Growth in Historical Context, Pt 2

Part II: The Neoclassical Response to the Classical Theories of Inequality and Growth Mason Gaffney has shown how many individuals helped construct neoclassical economics, often with financial support from the robber barons and their successors. I will focus on two: … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | July 23, 2014
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