Twitter Updates for 2010-04-30

Today's blog. Bill's Principles of Regulation. http://bit.ly/b19aEp # Sovereign debt problems getting serious. http://bit.ly/cgAlvS # Recession Brings Long-Term Unemployment. http://bit.ly/aYEawl Almost 45 percent unemployed over 27 weeks. # Will the UK follow Greece into crisis? http://bit.ly/azsGfS # With all the European bad news, the Dow is up over a 100 points? This is . . . → Read More: Twitter Updates for 2010-04-30

Twitter Updates for 2010-04-29

Today I blogged about why regulating capital ratios won't work. http://bit.ly/d7PCmF # Spain's debt downgrades. http://bit.ly/b9su8p Things could go seriously bad in Europe. # World's 50 best restaurants. http://bit.ly/8Ygx0o Haven't eaten at any of them. I'd vote for a taco shop on Telegraph. # "While bank lending continues to contract, …" This is . . . → Read More: Twitter Updates for 2010-04-29

Twitter Updates for 2010-04-28

"Guns, Guts, and Geithner" http://bit.ly/bbgmZB # If the Democrats and the Republicans both hate it, it's probably a great idea. http://bit.ly/cUiWWz # "A Great Sentence" http://bit.ly/agQcIG # "In economic policy, people under-estimate trade-offs…In foreign policy, people over-estimate trade-offs." http://bit.ly/aoKNRl Seems true # Joel Kotkin, "The Worst Cities for Jobs" http://bit.ly/bR1ypj California is over . . . → Read More: Twitter Updates for 2010-04-28

Twitter Updates for 2010-04-27

Survey of economists finds most don't think the stimulus helped. http://bit.ly/915jp6 # Federal interest to exceed 9% of GDP in 2040. http://bit.ly/bh5iZ0 For comparison, Defense is about 4.7% of GDP in the current budget. # If you want less of something, tax it. http://bit.ly/cMcmEZ # If we had a market for used livers, . . . → Read More: Twitter Updates for 2010-04-27

Twitter Updates for 2010-04-26

1,000 tweets! Chuck says they should issue a word limit when they give you the Ph.D. Some of my friends and family would agree. # "Five myths about Green energy" http://bit.ly/bXBK1z #