Greg Mankiw, an economist who served as a top adviser to Mitt Romney and George W. Bush, is officially no longer a Republican
John Fund thinks I am afraid of Stephen Moore (and that I am an economist). He is wrong on both counts.
Rick Perry is sounding for all the world like a candidate for President, and says he’s a different candidate this time, but initial perceptions are hard to overcome.
While the conspiracy theory is nuts, there are legitimate reasons to be skeptical of some elements of September’s Jobs Report.
Mitt Romney, who has law and business degrees from Harvard, is criticizing President Obama for having a law degree from Harvard.
Mitt Romney is once again the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination.
A profile of George Mason economist and blogger Tyler Cowen offers this amusing description: “Cowen, 49, has round features, a hesitant posture, and an unconcerned haircut.”
Rand Paul has borrowed a bad idea from the 2008 Presidential campaign.
Greg Mankiw notes a curious revisionism in Barney Frank’s pronouncements on Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac.
More on Greg Mankiw’s thought experiment on taxes and incentives to work.
Greg Mankiw argues that, the more of his money the government takes, the less incentive he has to earn more. That’s debatable.
Nobody can really say whether the stimulus worked — or even define “worked” — but that doesn’t stop them from issuing pronouncements.