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Some Economics of Tobacco Regulation

Cigarette smoking in the United States is implicated in about 480,000 deaths each year–about one in five deaths.

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US Unions and Alternative Voices for Labor

In polling data, Americans offer strong support for labor unions.

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Core Inflation Soars, Retail Sales Weaken

For the first time in decades, central banks are tightening their monetary policy while governments continue to spend money as if nothing has changed.

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Labor Economics: Quiet Quitting, Firing, Mental Health and Productivity

Quiet quitting is a term for working strictly within a job description, doing nothing extra.

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The Slowdown of U.S. Productivity Sector

Quantitative easing was designed as a tool to provide time for governments to implement structural reforms, boost growth and strengthen the economy.

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Work From Home: Disrupting the Unwritten Labor Market

In simple descriptions of the labor market, people work for pay.

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Robert Nozick: Entitled by Education?

I ran across a headline a few weeks ago in a US Census Bureau press release: “Teachers Are Among Most Educated, Yet Their Pay Lags.” The article itself is perfectly sensible, just offering statistics to point out that teachers often have lower pay than others who have BA degrees.

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