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This is so sad.

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Economics Daily Digest: Speaking of jobs - Daily Kos

Economics Daily Digest: Speaking of jobs - Daily Kos | Mr. Lim's Eco stuff | Scoop.it
Economics Daily Digest: Speaking of jobs Daily Kos Scott Wilson reports that the president's speech on Tuesday night will address the elephant in the room along with the several hundred smaller elephants who will sit in stony silence as he proposes...
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Mondays With Murray: The Death Of Keynesian Economics

Why would a noble prize winner ignore a fundamental question regarding the basis of the economic philosophy he has spent his life defending?
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Independent Bookstores File Suit Against Amazon, Major Publishers

Independent Bookstores File Suit Against Amazon, Major Publishers | Mr. Lim's Eco stuff | Scoop.it
The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza in New York, Fiction Addiction of South Carolina, Posman Books of New York City, and "hundreds" of other brick-and-mortor...
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Selling e-books at offline stores sound really weird. I mean, you can't sell a software on its own offline, which means it will involve some kind of disc or other storage hardware, which people will probably never even use again after they read or copy the e-book into whatever machine they use, which means there's some waste of resources. Amazon, or other big online book retail websites, can sell e-books through online downloading. Cheaper cost of production, and no shipping or delivery cost, it is pretty much the best option for e-book, I think. Offline bookstores may want to focus on selling paper books, because many people prefer paper book over e-book for many reasons.

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Tedious teaching blinds students to the fact economics matters - The Australian

Tedious teaching blinds students to the fact economics matters - The Australian | Mr. Lim's Eco stuff | Scoop.it
Tedious teaching blinds students to the fact economics matters The Australian When I last asked economists to assess the state of the discipline, they were depressed that the profession was being blamed for the global financial crisis - as if the...
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Economics of the Bakken Oil Boom: What the Rest of the Nation is Missing

Economics of the Bakken Oil Boom: What the Rest of the Nation is Missing | Mr. Lim's Eco stuff | Scoop.it
The Bakken shale oil formation in North Dakota and Montana is making that area boom economically, at least according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, who recently compiled statistics rel...
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