Economic lessons from Yoko Ono and Moses

December 2, 2016
One year ago, I predicted Hillary Clinton would be our next president unless there was either moral or economic outrage in the United States. Read More

2015 forecast: a new age of wealth and poverty

January 16, 2015
It seems like a betrayal of the “dismal science” to give a relatively optimistic current economic analysis and forecast. Read More

An age of economic uncertainty

January 17, 2014
The U.S. and many of the world’s economies are in uncharted territory, where fiscal and monetary theory from the days of Keynes and Friedman are making attempts at being applied to an ever-changing set of circumstances. Read More

Voters are no longer stupid about the economy

November 3, 2012
In 1992, James Carville, the political strategist for Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign against the incumbent George H.W. Bush, coined the phrase “the economy, stupid,” which was later amended to include the word “it’s.” Read More