Support for Free Markets and Globalisation in India

On 5 October 2007, I had written a blog post Does urban India favour liberal economics?, where I had used survey data released by the Pew Institute, which measures attitudes of roughly 45,000 people worldwide with roughly 2,000 in India. Their sampling mechanism has an urban bias.

Today, I saw current information, and cross-country . . . → Read More: Support for Free Markets and Globalisation in India

Strong Feelings

I’ve been rude to a friend of mine (Simon Phipps) on Twitter. On the one hand, why should I be rude to a friend of mine? On the other hand, if I don’t call him out for quoting stupid things (as if he agrees with them), then how much of a friend do . . . → Read More: Strong Feelings

The 25 Best “Economic Good News” Articles of 2009

As we ring in the New Year here are the top Good News Headlines of 2009.

1. Graphs That Lie (A First Look 1974 vs 2008 Stock Behavior)

2. What was Warren Buffet doing in 1974? (Invest Now and Get Rich)

3. John Cassidy (The Eternal Pessimist) Sees The Light

4. Deflation? NOT!

5. . . . → Read More: The 25 Best “Economic Good News” Articles of 2009