Monthly Archives For March 2012

Productivity, baby | Gavan Titley

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Productivity, baby | Gavan Titley Great, eloquent and rational Politico.ie piece by Gavan Titley on Paul Mooney’s managerialist bunkum that third level staff need to prove their productivity with ‘results’, hence the title of Gavan’s piece….

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Goldman-Greece-Draghi

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As Goldman Sachs struggles with the accusations of a disgruntled employee and new evidence comes to light about the secret loan(s) from Goldman Sachs to the Greek government we retrace the events of the Goldman-Greece-Draghi controversy….

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Chris Dillow | Marx was right

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Chris Dillow | Marx was right Here’s a new paper: We use a vector autoregression (VAR) methodology to assess the empirical relevance of an augmented CPS [cyclical profit squeeze] model for the U.S. economy…Our results…

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Europe: the Path to Growth?

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Michael Roberts has an essential post on the propects for growth in Europe. Shorter version: there isn’t any – certainly not within the next decade if Europe’s leaders maintain current policies. This is not an…

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