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Political leanings of American professors @robhosking

Column in today's print @TheNBR I which I ponder the predominantly leftist history writing about NZ #nzpol pic.twitter.com/P2yBHqzS7C

— Rob Hosking (@robhosking) July 29, 2016…

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Politics - USA

Tertiary educational attainment, 2000 and 2014, USA, UK, France, Germany, Canada, Australia

The British, Australians, and Italians experienced strong growth in tertiary attainment since the year 2000. In the case of the Italians, it was from a low base. 18 more words

Economic History

Age distributions of authors in top US economics journals, 1963­-2011

Economics used to be a young man’s game but no more. Considerable investment is needed in learning your craft before people start publishing, much less get into the top journals. 12 more words

Economics Of Education

Tertiary attainment of 25-34 and 55-64 year-olds across the OECD

Some countries have experienced large increases in the number of young people graduating from University when compared to their parents. Germany and the USA aside, all countries have experienced a noticeable increase in young adults with tertiary degrees. 84 more words

Labour Economics