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Sunday, May 29, 2005

Some Reading for the Weekend

China

Asset Valuation and Bubbles

  Relatively Inelastic Demand

Information and Demand

Relatively Inelastic Supply

Innovation

Labor Markets

I didn’t read the next one, but the teaser poses a question: How are people who show up three times less productive than those who are absent?

  Tax Incidence

  Health Care

Op-Ed

Mythical Beings

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