Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Interesting blog bits

  1. Brad Taylor on Corporatism in Everything or: How to Have Government Work for You without Resorting to Bribery
  2. BK Drinkwater is Paging Brad Taylor
  3. BK is also talking about The Corporatism Files: Diaries
  4. Eric Crampton on Heresthetics
  5. Peter Klein get us some Coasean Humor
  6. Céline Carrère and Jaime de Melo ask Has distance died? The distance puzzle is the surprising finding that the volume of trade has become increasingly sensitive to distance. This column shows that low-income countries, which increasingly trade with geographically closer partners, drive the finding. This regionalisation of trade for low-income countries may reflect progress – or problems.

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