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Arnold Kling Askblog   DA: 19 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 38

  • Douglas Holtz-Eakin writes, As noted by Gordon Gray, the CTC [childcare tax credit] in the Ways and Means-passed reconciliation bill costs $556 billion – and that covers only the next 5 years
  • A permanent CTC [expansion] would easily pass the $1 trillion mark, and it is the undisguised aim of the proponents for it to be

October 2021 Askblog Page 2   DA: 19 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 41

  • A) Universal basic dorms for the poor but otherwise normal adults of sound mind
  • B) Mandatory institutionalization for adults with severe mental health issues who are found living on the street

Explaining Woke Takeovers Askblog   DA: 19 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 53

  • I speculate, perhaps economist Gary Becker, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1992 and died in 2014, had the answer
  • As the relative importance of firm-specific human capital declines, workers are less invested in their organizations
  • This weakens the organization’s

Seminar: Any More Participants   DA: 19 PA: 36 MOZ Rank: 58

  • 4 hours ago · Seminar: any more participants? Somewhat to my surprise, only a few of the paid subscribers so far have applied to participate in the seminar on Institutional Irrationality
  • I’m surprised that more folks prefer just to watch
  • Anyway, if you have not applied because you don’t think your chances of acceptance are good, think again

More FITs Links Askblog   DA: 19 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 45

  • askblog taking the most charitable view of those who disagree
  • Arnold Kling on October 8, 2021 at 9:13 am said: unionization restricts supply, so less daycare, so fewer women in the labor force
  • just like housing subsidies combined with zoning restrictions does not lead to more housing.

Inflation, Thinking In Bets Askblog   DA: 19 PA: 33 MOZ Rank: 57

  • So, if inflation rises from 2% to 5%, interest rates should rise by 4.5 percentage points
  • Add a baseline of 2% for the inflation target and 1% for the long-run real rate of interest, and the rule recommends a central-bank rate of 7.5%
  • Monetary policy lives in the shadow of debt
  • US federal debt held by the public was about 25% of GDP in 1980

Are The Laws Of Supply And Demand Broken   DA: 19 PA: 47 MOZ Rank: 72

  • What about when there are big lags in expanding capacity
  • This seems to be happening to the microchip industry
  • The marginal cost of making chips hasn’t changed, and they are spending hundreds of billions trying to ramp up production all around the world as quickly as they can, but due to the inherent nature of the field, it just takes a long time to build it out when it turns out there is a

Askblog: Lockdown Socialism Will Collapse – Tidewater News   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 76

  • askblog: Lockdown Socialism will collapse
  • This link recommended by Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution
  • I like the term Arnold Kling has coined, lockdown socialism, because I think it perfectly captures the mind set of many Americans who seem to want more government control of their lives on the premise that the pandemic is a really bad thing.

My Interview With Arnold Kling The Daily Campus   DA: 15 PA: 43 MOZ Rank: 66

  • This week, I sat down to interview Dr
  • Kling is an American economist, scholar, and blogger
  • His blog, askblog focuses on “taking the most charitable views of those who disagree.” Kling is a prolific writer who is well known for writing ‘The 3 Languages of Politics: Talking Across the Political Divides.’

Arnold Kling   DA: 16 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 43

  • Arnold Kling (born 1954) is an American economist, scholar, and blogger known for his writings on EconLog, an economics blog, along with Bryan Caplan and David R
  • Kling also has his own blog, askblog, which carries the motto: "taking the most charitable views of those who disagree." The "ask" in askblog stands for "Arnold S

Ceteris Numquam Paribus: Arnold Kling   DA: 34 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 75

  • Arnold Kling (Ph.D., M.I.T.) blogs at askblog
  • He previously blogged at EconLog, worked as an economist for the Federal Reserve System, and was a senior economist for Freddie Mac
  • He is the author of many books, including Crisis of Abundance: Rethinking How We Pay for Health Care (Cato Institute, 2006)

Arnold Kling   DA: 22 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 55

  • ARNOLD KLING earned his Ph.D in economics from MIT in 1980
  • He was an economist on the staff of the Federal Reserve Board from 1980-1986
  • From 1986-1994 he held a number of positions at Freddie Mac
  • He is the author of Under the Radar: His blog, askblog,

Arnold Kling's New Blog   DA: 15 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 65

  • Many of the visitors to this blog were disappointed when Arnold Kling stopped blogging in August, actually three months ago today
  • This blog owes a lot to Arnold: he started Econlog under a different name
  • The good news for Arnold’s fans, of whom there are many, is that he is now blogging again
  • His blog is called “askblog.”

Arnold Kling On The Three Languages Of Politics, Revisited   DA: 16 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 79

  • Economist and author Arnold Kling talks about the revised edition of his book The Three Languages of Politics in front of a live audience at the Cato Institute, recorded in September of 2019
  • Kling talks about the changed political landscape in the United States and around the world and how his ideas have changed since the book was first published in 2013.

Authors · Econ Journal Watch   DA: 14 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 49

  • Arnold Kling is a member of the Financial Markets Working Group of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University
  • He is the author of seven books, most recently The Three Languages of Politics and Memoirs of a Would-Be Macroeconomist.He writes at Askblog ().His email is arnold@

Arnold Kling Cato Unbound   DA: 20 PA: 26 MOZ Rank: 61

  • Arnold Kling is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute
  • He is the author of numerous books, including The Three Languages of Politics: Talking Across the Political Divides, now in its third edition, as well as Unchecked and Unbalanced: How the Discrepancy Between Knowledge and Power Caused the Financial Crisis and Threatens Democracy; Invisible Wealth: The Hidden Story of How Markets Work

Arnold Kling Mercatus Center   DA: 16 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 54

  • Arnold Kling is a Senior Affiliated Scholar at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University
  • He specializes in housing-finance policy, financial institutions, macroeconomics, and the inside workings of America’s federal financial institutions
  • He also is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute in Washington, DC.

Arnold Kling's Blog   DA: 17 PA: 37 MOZ Rank: 71

  • Andrew Sullivan writes, In almost every respect, it is vitally important to note, the Hungarian government is profoundly anti-conservative
  • It is deeply corrupt, treating the free market as a joke, with one man directing vast amounts of state funds …

My Emails To Arnold Kling About The Correct Inflation   DA: 22 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 90

  • End of email! Here was my second email to Arnold: I think the Fed knows the true model in gross terms
  • I also think there is a good chance the Fed will create a recession in limiting inflation
  • Temporary inflation pressures all over the place, due to Covid and post-Covid adjustments.

Arnold Kling, Author At Discourse   DA: 25 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 65

  • Arnold Kling is a Senior Affiliated Scholar at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University
  • He specializes in housing-finance policy, financial institutions, macroeconomics, and the inside workings of America’s federal financial institutions
  • He also is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute in Washington, DC
  • Kling has authored several books, most recently Specialization and Trade and

“Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death” Politics And Prosperity   DA: 25 PA: 45 MOZ Rank: 90

  • Arnold Kling, “The Future That We Won’t Have“, askblog, May 10, 2020
  • Francis Menton, “Why Are Government Employees Supposedly Immune to Layoffs?“, Manhattan Contrarian, May 6, 2020
  • Norbert Michel, “1% of Counties Home to Half of COVID-19 Cases, Over Half of Deaths“, The Daily Signal, May 12, 2020

Arnold Kling Discusses Cost Containment In Health Care   DA: 15 PA: 6 MOZ Rank: 42

  • From a patient's point of view, the ideal health insurance policy would offer unlimited access to medical services at no charge

Why You Can't Argue With The New Left   DA: 15 PA: 40 MOZ Rank: 77

  • in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • He is the author of five books, including Crisis of Abundance: Rethinking How We Pay for Health Care ; Invisible Wealth: The Hidden Story of How Markets Work ; and Unchecked and Unbalanced: How the Discrepancy Between Knowledge and Power Caused the Financial

Arnold Kling CYNICONOMICS   DA: 20 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 61

In a Bloomberg article last May, Caroline Baum summed up the economy nicely in a single question: Four-and-a-half years of an overnight rate near zero and aggressive securities purchases by the Fed have succeeded in raising asset prices.

Arnold Kling On Specialization And Trade   DA: 16 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 82

  • Arnold Kling, economist and author, speaks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his latest book, Specialization and Trade: A Reintroduction to Economics
  • Kling argues that macroeconomics ignores the challenges of buyers and sellers working together in the real world of specialization and trade
  • Instead, most macroeconomic theories struggle to incorporate the …

Arnold Kling (Author Of The Three Languages Of Politics)   DA: 17 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 74

  • Arnold Kling, The Three Languages of Politics
  • Like “Groups must balance the need to enforce norms with the need to adapt
  • If the group is unable to enforce social norms, then there will be too much cheating, and cooperation will break down
  • However, if the group is too rigid in its social norms, then it will fail to adapt to new

The Macro Doubtbook, Installment 2   DA: 15 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 79

  • Arnold Kling Jun 29 2010 at 11:06am
  • Boonton, My dishwasher market is not a solution for recessions
  • It is a manifestation of recessions that happens to allow full employment
  • Think of an economy in which the demand for brain surgeons suddenly falls, so brain surgeons enter the dishwashing market
  • Wages for dishwashers fall, and the market clears.

All Stories By Arnold Kling   DA: 19 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 67

  • Arnold Kling; June 17, 2009 Brad DeLong is Wrong About the Banks
  • Arnold Kling; June 16, 2009 Help Me Understand Leonhardt's Economics

Unspeakable Truths About Racial Inequality In America   DA: 13 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 91

  • Unspeakable Truths about Racial Inequality in America
  • his is the text of a lecture delivered by the author as part of the Benson Center Lecture Series at the University of Colorado, Boulder, on February 8th, 2021
  • I am a black American intellectual living in an age of persistent racial inequality in my country.

Audience Questions   DA: 15 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 82

  • SHARE POST: Feel free to put constructive questions in the comments
  • Here are two questions that I recently received, one on health care and one on Keynesian economics
  • On health care, actually two questions: You asked thequestion why is health care something we want/expect others to pay for but don’t want to

Arnold Kling On PSST   DA: 13 PA: 34 MOZ Rank: 77

  • In today’s European Wall Street Journal, Arnold Kling eloquently and concisely explains his idea of “PSST” – patterns of sustainable specialization and trade – and highlights how an understanding of the economy based upon PSST differs fundamentally from an understanding based on Keynesianism
  • I encourage you to read the entire essay: it is not long on words but it is

Why Was Trading Restricted   DA: 22 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 19

  • Why was trading restricted? Let’s bring in the CEO of Webull, Anthony Denier
  • And Anthony, your platform also among those that’s restricted trade for the likes of AMC, as well as GameStop
  • We were talking about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now jumping in on the debate, saying that she would be for a hearing in this if it’s necessary.

Author National Affairs   DA: 23 PA: 28 MOZ Rank: 83

  • The novel coronavirus has created a novel economic predicament
  • But instead of crafting a new strategy to respond to these unprecedented circumstances, policymakers have simply dusted off and doubled down on the playbook they used during the 2008 financial crisis
  • This moment calls for a more fundamental rethinking of our approach

AS Vs. PSST, Again   DA: 15 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 86

  • SHARE POST: The debate is hotting up, as our friends across the pond would say
  • The Washington Post reports that some on the left want to see older workers encouraged to retire, to make room for young workers
  • If you believe in AS-AD, I suppose that makes sense

The Grumpy Economist: A Letter To Yellen   DA: 26 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 92

  • Secretary of the Treasury, and ex Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently hosted an important meeting of the Financial Stability Oversight Council
  • This is the highest level body overseeing financial regulation in the US
  • Her remarks start smoothly but critically, as one expects of a habitually well-prepared pro.

Slouching Toward Post-Journalism City Journal   DA: 20 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 90

  • Slouching Toward Post-Journalism
  • T raditional newspapers never sold news; they sold an audience to advertisers
  • To a considerable degree, this commercial imperative determined the journalistic style, with its impersonal voice and pretense of objectivity
  • The aim was to herd the audience into a passive consumerist mass.

“It’s Tough To Make Predictions, Especially About The   DA: 25 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 14

  • A lot of people have said it, or something like it, though probably not Yogi Berra, to whom it's often attributed
  • Here's another saying, which is also apt here: History does not repeat itself
  • The historians repeat one another
  • I am accordingly amused by something called cliodynamics, which is discussed at length by Amanda Rees…

Arnold Kling « Isegoria   DA: 16 PA: 23 MOZ Rank: 76

  • Arnold Kling discusses the academic corruption from affirmative action:
  • Taking the pool of high school graduates as given, it is very hard to give African-Americans the comfort of being fully qualified for admission to a selective college as part of a large cohort of qualified African-American students.

MIT's Model Economics Department   DA: 15 PA: 36 MOZ Rank: 89

By Arnold Kling, Jun 1 2015 SHARE POST: Samuelson did stay at MIT, and the department, bolstered by a number of appointments of technically strong scholars, became, by the late 1950s, one of the three or four most distinguished research departments of economics in North America.

Liberal University Of Vermont Professor Stands Up For His   DA: 11 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 100

  • A soft-spoken liberal professor at the University of Vermont has had enough of the anti-white abuse he faces at his work place
  • Aaron Kindsvatter, who teaches courses on education and mental health, published a video on March 8th detailing the institutional discrimination and systematic racial dehumanization he and other whites on the UVM campus face on a daily basis.

What To Know About The Equality Act Kenneth Craycraft   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 10

  • T wo bills have lingered between the Democratic House and Republican Senate for the last few years
  • Now that Joe Biden is president, and both houses are controlled by Democrats, these two bills are likely to be signed into law: the Equality Act and the Do No Harm Act.
  • The Equality Act would amend the Civil Rights Act to forbid discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender

Sociology In Action Cases For Critical And Sociological   DA: 20 PA: 17 MOZ Rank: 78

  • Update on the road to sociology | askblog Update on the road to sociology
  • Posted on May 28, 2021 by Arnold Kling
  • In September, Eliminate no fault divorce and child support except in cases where a married father was at fault in the divorce

Economics By Arnold Roger A 9th Edition 2008 Hardcover   DA: 9 PA: 17 MOZ Rank: 68

  • Sep 30, 2021 · Posted on September 30, 2021 by Arnold Kling
  • I wonder what it is about Austrian economics that causes one to embrace this sort of stuff
  • Roger+Sweeny on October 1, 2021 at 1:14 pm said: The University of Alabama Huntsville keeps records of the satellite temperature readings
  • Climate Contrarianism | askblog

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