Tyler Cowen

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Stock Markets Are Driving A New American Century

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The U.S.'s growing financial dominance may be making up for its declining influence in other realms.

Californians Are Dreaming Of Lower Taxes

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Recent research suggests that higher rates are driving many high earners out of the state.

Want To Be Wealthy? You Might Try Therapy

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Is it possible to make people wealthier simply by helping them feel better?

How Were So Many Economists So Wrong About The Recession?

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Fears of a recession are fading fast, but the debate over the flaws of economic forecasting is just beginning.

America's Top 1% Don't Make As Much As You Might Think

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Income inequality is still a huge problem, but it hasn't been growing as quickly as some statistics indicate.

America's Top 1% Don't Make As Much As You Might Think

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After-tax, the proportion of income garnered by top earners hasn't gone up at all since the early 1960s, researchers said.

The Hypocrisy At The Core Of America's Elite Universities

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The top schools like to talk about being inclusive, but their reputations depend on being selective.

For Now, Markets Aren't Worried About A Wider War

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Securities prices don't always predict geopolitical crises, but they're often the best tool we have.

What Economists Got Wrong About The Great Recession

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In general, we should be more modest about our ability to second-guess the market.

What Harvard Can Learn From Olive Garden

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America's casual restaurants serve a more diverse clientele than many of America's elite universities.

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