Monthly Archives: August 2013

Finding a New Macroeconomics: (12) Inequality and the Crisis in Higher Education

The crisis that is about to break out involves student debt and how we finance higher education. Like the housing crisis that preceded it, this crisis is intimately connected to America’s soaring inequality, and how, as Americans on the bottom … Continue reading

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Economic Reflections on the 50th Anniversity of the March on Washington

     Later this week I will post an analysis I have done, for my book-in-progress on the economics of inequality, on the relationship between the redistribution of wealth and income and the crisis in higher education. To the best of … Continue reading

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