On Foreign Policy, Trump Is Still the Lesser Evil | José Niño

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Covid-19 has occupied nearly all media attention, but foreign policy remains an important topic for many Americans who are exhausted by the prevailing order...

Soon they will seek to cancel the rooftops – Marginal REVOLUTION

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Based on a simple and intuitive point, the title of the paper is: “How Should Tax Progressivity Respond to Rising Income Inequality?”, and the...

How The Experts Are Measuring The Economic Recovery

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Graphics by Ryan Best In early June, the National Bureau of Economic Research made it official: The United States was in a full-blown recession. Joblessness...

FirstFT: Today’s top stories

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FT subscribers can click here to receive FirstFT every day by email.More than 60m ballots have already been cast in the US presidential election,...

Newsletter: Layoffs, Trade Talks and the Fed’s Outlook

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This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. On the Mend, Slowly New applications...

Chile Won’t Become a Developed Country If It Doesn’t Change Course | Victor Espinosa

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Twenty years ago, it looked like Chile was well on its way to joining the world's small club of developed countries. But this path...

Monday assorted links – Marginal REVOLUTION

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1. Data on the oldest companies in the world.  Often small, and related to food and/or hospitality.  Often Japanese. 2. “The Trans-Universal Zombie Church of...

Economists Think Congress Should Keep Paying Unemployed Workers $600 A Week — Or Even...

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Graphics by Jasmine Mithani Congress is back in session, and it has a weighty task before it — figuring out what to do about the...

China and US find common ground in financial services

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A day after US president Donald Trump announced a new initiative to thwart Beijing’s alleged efforts to “steal” US technology, senior Chinese financial officials...

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