Monthly Archives: January 2013

Your cheatin’ Alma Mater

It was reported this week that Bucknell University has been providing inflated information on the SAT scores of its incoming students for several years.  The news follow similar revelations in recent months about a number of universities, including George Washington … Continue reading

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Talking about the mortgage settlement and Basel Accords

…with Chuck Coppoloa on First Business TV.

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Following Blind Ideology Right Off Cliff

…is the title of my op-ed in today’s Hartford Courant on the role that ideology played in walking us right up to the fiscal cliff.  Read it here! The role of ideology in poor economic policy decisions is the theme … Continue reading

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