What Will It Take for Americans to Consider Breaking Up? | Jeff Deist

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Things don't have to be this way. Original Article: "What Will It Take for Americans to Consider Breaking Up?". This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored...

EU ‘not punishing’ UK financial services sector, London envoy insists

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Brussels is “not punishing” the City of London by withholding key regulatory rulings that would allow UK financial services firms to serve customers in...

Tuesday assorted links – Marginal REVOLUTION

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1. “In Sweden we have this phenomenon called Jantelagen.  It’s when someone is famous, and the people around use up all their energy to...

Arts relief in the stimulus bill – Marginal REVOLUTION

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For the music venue owners, theater producers and cultural institutions that have suffered through the pandemic with no business, the coronavirus relief package that...

Election 2020: Choking on the Political Red and Blue Pills | Wendy McElroy

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Presidential election 2020 is the same as every other, except in the ways it isn’t. Allow me to expand on this. What is the same?...

EU and UK negotiators turn to review clauses in bid to unlock deal

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Negotiators are exploring the idea of review clauses to break the deadlock in EU-UK trade talks, with the possibility that parts of the deal...

Thursday assorted links – Marginal REVOLUTION

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1. Usable template to design vaccine tracker systems. 2. Interview with Valerie Ramey. 3. Georgian language and culture. 4. New Ivermectin results. 5. The debate over lateral flow...

Down with Political Polling. Up with Prediction Markets. | Elijah J. Henry

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Where do you get your news? How often do they tell you what will happen? How often do they get it right? For decades, mainstream...

Income and Substitution Effects: A Rejoinder to Professor Joseph Salerno | Karl-Friedrich Israel

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Abstract: Professor Joseph Salerno (2019) has commented on my recent reconstruction of the income effect from a causal-realist perspective (Israel, 2018b). In this rejoinder,...

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