7 Posts Tagged "Market morals"

Brilliant ad, bad message

Posted on December 17th 2011 | 0 comments

The economic case for environmental rules

Posted on November 15th 2011 | 0 comments
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Global warming has characteristics that make it unique among most public policy problems. Its effects are more global, more long-term, and more uncertain than most. That triple whammy makes sensible national and global policy exceedingly difficult. But that shouldn’t s ...
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Motivated by purpose

Posted on October 28th 2011 | 0 comments
Money makes the world go ’round, except when it doesn’t. Sometimes it’s fulfillment, purpose, mastery, and all these other often unquantifiable dimensions that make life worth living. None of that, of course, means that money doesn’t matter. In fact, without enough ...
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Where’s your bag, ma’am?

Posted on October 26th 2011 | 0 comments
Where’s your bag, ma’am? Oh, sorry. I forgot. You do know that that will be a 5 cent charge for the bag, do you? My friend, when conveying her experience on that fateful day in a Washington, DC check-out aisle:
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If you are in New York, come join me tonight at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. If you aren’t, there’s a live webcast. ...
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An army for reform, #OWS-style

Posted on October 11th 2011 | 0 comments
The glibbest book review I’ve received so far ends with the words: “Great plans, but do the economists have an army?” Well, now that you mention it. Just to be clear upfront: I’m not pretending to say here that anyone at the OccupyWallStreet protests is fig ...
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