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Month: November 2009

The Fed Must Counteract Asset Bubbles

Chris Sturr , November 27, 2009
From the folks at SAFER (The Economists’ Committee for Stable, Accountable, Fair, and Efficient Financial Reform), which is a project…

Millionaires and Mass Transit

Chris Sturr , November 26, 2009
Happy Thanksgiving! Now that the bird is in the oven, I have time for a quick post. This is from…

Bank Failures Send FDIC Into the Red

Chris Sturr , November 24, 2009
There are no green shoots at the FDIC, only red ink. And it’s going to get worse before it gets…

Economists Urge Passage of Health Reform

Chris Sturr , November 24, 2009
From the Center for American Progress Action Fund In Letter, Economists – Including 3 Nobel Laureates – Say Passing Health…

Tax Cuts and the California Education Crisis

Chris Sturr , November 24, 2009
From Peter Phillips, founder of Project Censored: The Higher Education Fiscal Crisis Protects the Wealthy Police are arresting and attacking…

On the Stimulus

Chris Sturr , November 23, 2009
Paul Krugman’s column in today’s New York Times is on the stimulus and the deficit, and how Wall Street is…

No Need to Read Sarah Palin

Chris Sturr , November 23, 2009
Rudolph Delson over at The Awl has read it for you, in a real-time blog reading this weekend, with fabulous…

The Future of Economics (BBC Business Daily)

Chris Sturr , November 22, 2009
The BBC radio program Business Daily had a good segment on the future of economics, with good discussions of Keynesianism…

Growing CA Student Protests Over Tuition Hikes

Chris Sturr , November 20, 2009
Student protests against the decision to hike student fees by 32% have spread from UCLA across the University of California…

UCLA Students Protest 32 Percent Tuition Hike

Chris Sturr , November 19, 2009
Students at UCLA have taken to the streets and occupied buildings in protest of an announced tuition hike of 32…

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