Uber’s ever-widening losses confirms Hubert Horan’s thesis that Uber has no credible path to profit absent a radical downsizing.
Friday, December 15, 2017
The definition of cash widens.
Economists duke it out over a new defense of discredited but still widely used DSGE models.
Today’s Water Cooler: Moore v. Jones, Unity Commission, Bitcoin, house-cleaning, open thread.
Can a theory of epidemiology put a stake in the heart of neoliberalism — and identity politics?
The hard right is running the country without being elected after Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment last year. It has surprising support among the new lower-middle class.
David Davis Points Out Brexit “Breakthrough” Isn’t Binding as Draft European Council Statement Tightens the Screws
More discussion of the overhyped Brexit “breakthrough” of last Friday.
How critics of Hayek, like those of Marx, fixate on his politics and ignore his important economic insights.
A round-up before the FCC”s expected decision to abolish net neutrality on December 14.
The task of finding new insurance annually undermines the continuity of care for people with ongoing medical needs or chronic conditions. (Not to mention being an insanely stressful pain in the [family blog].)
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
By David Zetland, who worked on water policy for 10+ years and is an assistant professor of economics at Leiden University College in the Netherlands. Originally published at Aquanomics Circle of Blue published this long, aggravating article of the efforts of activists, water managers and (far too many consultants) to “find a compromise” on the […]
It should come as no surprise that “unity” in the Democratic Party means purging dissidents.