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Gary Becker made the distinction between two types of on-the-job training: general and specific. The former consist of the skills of wide applicability, which enable the worker to perform satisfactorily different kinds of jobs: to keep one’s commitments, to arrive on time to work, to avoid disturbing behavior, etc.. 889 more words
The Supreme Court of India recently passed far-reaching orders directing closure of liquor shops on or near highways across the whole country. All states were mandated to strictly enforce these directions, even though sale of liquor is a state subject. 426 more words
Lately I’ve received a lot of requests for what is essentially “Law School 101” information. Maybe you already know some (or all!) of the information in these posts. 959 more words
Despite the relative popularity of the President’s use of airstrikes last week in Syria, the argument continues as to whether the President’s action was constitutionally problematic. 304 more words
Is it a matter of “fake news,” or is it the truth..?
President Trump is coming off the first big legislative defeat of his presidency, and now he’s got the poll numbers to prove it. 543 more words
It seems 2016 Dunce Move Award winner, Delroy Chuck, can’t get enough of the taste of shoe leather.
Back in March 2016 (barely in power long enough to distinguish between his portfolio and frozen water) 1,408 more words