Wednesday, January 7, 2015
A fair amount of both has been circulating recently. Yesterday's Room-for-Debate centered on U.S. immigration, spurred by a rather snarky opinion piece in the Atlantic that helpfully cites several immigration economists on either side of the debate. Meanwhile, the AEI president opined about Europe's problems being primarily demographic, mirroring remarks recently made by Pope Francis.
Monday, January 5, 2015
Newsflash: Not all Harvard faculty are economists. Neither are most Americans, so the flap over rising copayments triggered by Obamacare profiled in the Times today offers a look at concerns that may be felt broadly by the public. It's worth noting that Harvard faculty were never meant to be the main beneficiaries of the ACA!