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posted to Economix on Sat 25th May 13
Though companies often make their tax situation as opaque as possible, citing complex calculations, much can be gleaned by looking at a standard measure in public reports over several years.
posted to Economix on Fri 24th May 13
The value that society places of medical services is the best determinant of just pay for doctors, an economist writes.
posted to Economix on Thu 23rd May 13
A Century Foundation report shows a sharp increase in enrollment of lower-income, nonwhite students at community colleges, institutions that will do much to shape the economy.
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posted to Economix on Wed 11th Aug 10
The pattern of summer job seekers establishes that labor supply remains supple, undermining an argument for government stimulus, an economist writes.
posted to Economix on Fri 18th Feb 11
Free traders would do well to acknowledge the pain of those who lose out, an economist writes.
posted to Economix on Tue 14th Sep 10
More companies say their main problem is poor demand, not high taxes.
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posted to Economist's View on Fri 24th May 13
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posted to Supply and Demand (in that order) on Wed 22nd May 13
Copyright, The New York Times CompanyMassachusetts and a few neighboring states are likely to experience the Affordable Care Act a lot differently than the rest of America.Massachusetts is often held up as a window into Americas health insurance future, because
posted to Economist's View on Wed 22nd May 13
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