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Economics in disarray

Economics has problems. Because of Samuelson, it got a half-century case of physics envy. Then people read Schumpeter and McCloskey, and realized economics can’t predict a whit. 213 more words

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What next, after 2008? A book review

Mervyn King (The End of Alchemy, W. W. Norton, 2016) has a message. We are not safe. The economics profession has failed us. So have the economic policy makers of the US, Germany, China, and Europe. 1,261 more words

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Reading Recap: September 2017

Wow, September was a busy month for me! Between traveling to several different work conferences and the Jewish High Holidays, I barely had time to read. 378 more words

Teenage Dreams - An Interview with Claire Hennessy

First published in Cinders Issue Three

Claire Hennessy has been a published writer since she was twelve. Since the release of her first book Dear Diary, she has been at the forefront of Irish teen literature. 1,854 more words

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Happy Release Day L.B. Dunbar


SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

I want to congratulate L. B. Dunbar on her Release of Redemption Island; every book/series she writes is fresh and thought provoking. 424 more words

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Reading Recap: August 2017

During a scary time in our country’s history, I found some (only some) comfort in reading. Here are the books I read this month; let me know if you want more info about any of them by commenting below! 492 more words

Beauties and their Beasts

First published in Cinders issue three

What with the new adaptation of Beauty and the Beast hitting our screens earlier in the year it got us here in Cinders thinking about some of our favourite unconventional interpretations of the classic fairytale. 1,143 more words

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