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Tocqueville on Self-Interest Well Understood

One of the repelling magnets of the subject matter of economics is the assumption that people are self-interested.

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Interview with Daron Acemoglu: Tilting the Benefits of Technology to Workers

David A. Price serves as interlocutor in an interview: “Daron Acemoglu: On Henry Ford, making AI worker-friendly, and how democracy improves economic growth” (Econ Focus, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Second Quarter 2023, pp. 22-26).

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Arab Nations' Rise in the Global Economic Landscape

Arab countries are making remarkable progress in understanding the transformative power of capital and its implications for their economic future.

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Shifting US Population Pyramids

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Sustainable Development and Economic Growth: Striking the Balance for a Resilient Future

The pursuit of economic growth and the urgent need for sustainable development are two critical imperatives of our time.

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The Gig Economy: Navigating the Pros and Cons in a Global Context

The gig economy, characterized by temporary or freelance work arrangements, has gained momentum in recent years, reshaping labor markets across the globe.

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Life Among the Econ: Fifty Years Later

Fifty years ago, Axel Leijonhufvud wrote “Life among the Econ,” an essay of satirical truth-telling in a style that is so often attempted and so seldom successful (Western Economic Journal, September 1973, 11:3, 327-337, available many places online with a quick search).

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