Author Archives: Richard S. Grossman

Pound foolish–but not penny wise

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on Donald Trump’s proposed budget.

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WRONG in Chinese is 格罗斯曼说,经济为什么会失败

WRONG was released in Chinese in December.  Here is a look at the cover. Why not buy it from Amazon.cn?

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Britain votes…again: three crucial questions

Read my latest OUP blog post on the upcoming British election.

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Resign!

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on why members of the British Parliament should have resigned rather than voting for Article 50 and Brexit.

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Scottish independence

See my comments on the prospect for Scottish independence in Mark Aitkin’s article “Top economists reveal whether an independent Scotland could really survive in a post-Brexit world” in the Daily Record newspaper, April 2, 2017.

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Accounting, Donald Trump style

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on Donald Trump’s dishonest accounting techniques.

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The economics of economists

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on how the job market for economists works.

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The truth business needs your help

I’m an economist, not a philosopher, but I think that voters need to spend more time thinking about truth…. Continue reading

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Globalization’s prospects, 2017

Read my latest Oxford University Press blog post on globalization’s prospects in the coming year.

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The consequences of the Fed’s interest rate increase

Listen to my interview with Tommy Tucker on WWL radio, New Orleans about the the stock market and the Fed’s recent interest rate increase.

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