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Productivity Research: Where It’s Been, Where It’s Headed

For any society, productivity growth is the difference between living in a zero-sum polity, where gains for some can only come as a result of costs for others, and a positive-sum policy, where social arguments can be about the distribution of gains rather than the imposition of losses. I sometimes say that no matter what your economic issues are, it’s a lot easier to achieve them in a positive-sum world.

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Second Thoughts about Nudge-based Behavioral Policies

Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler published several years ago Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness.

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The New Tech Economy and Machine Learning: Transforming Industries and Driving Innovation

In the last decade, machine learning has revolutionized the new tech economy as well as the way we live and work.

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Looking Back at the Supply Chain Woes

The global economy experienced significant disruptions in its supply chains during the pandemic.

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Money Supply Slump Spells Private Sector Recession

Allow me to explain why we have not seen a recession yet despite the collapse in base money supply.

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Redefining Business Integration With Generative AI

In the rapidly evolving landscape of business and technology, leaders are constantly seeking innovative ways to streamline processes, boost efficiency, and unlock new opportunities.

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Some Economics of Dominant Superstar Firms

A range of evidence suggests that in recent decades, the leading firms in a given industry have attained a more dominant position than in the past.

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