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Schlesinger: On the Quality of State Department Writing During the Kennedy Administration

Schlesinger was a Harvard history professor who became a “special assistant” to President John F. Kennedy.

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Interview with Pinelopi Goldberg: Trade and Development

David A. Price serves as interlocutor in an “Interview” with Pinelopi Goldberg, subtitled “On developing countries, measuring economies by satellite, and the learning crisis” (Econ Focus, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Winter 2022, pp. 22-26).

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When Small Groups are Big, and Big Groups are Small

Most people don’t have a clear intuitive grip on numbers that are either pretty small or pretty large.

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Prospects for Inflation

When inflation first started kicking up its heels last summer, there was a dispute over whether it was likely to be temporary or permanent.

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Interview with Jeffrey Wooldridge: Topics in Econometrics

A few parts of this half-hour interview on “The Current and Future of Econometrics” with Jeffrey Wooldridge, conducted by several questions for a nonprofit called SciEcon-AMA (of which I have no knowledge), may be more accessible to researchers in of that blend of economics and statistics known as “econometrics.”

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Policy for US Children in Low-Income Households

When it comes to public policy affecting children, two issues always arise.

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Commodities Do Not Cause Inflation: Money Printing Does

By printing more money to pay off their national debt, governments are increasing inflation.

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