Dimitry Lukashov

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The Embassy of Cambodia

0 - 1<p>Who would expect the Embassy of Cambodia? Nobody. Nobody could have expected it, or be expecting it. It’s a surprise, to us all. The Embassy of Cambodia!<p>Next door to the embassy is a health center. On the other side, a row of private residences, most of them belonging to wealthy Arabs (or so …

Niall Ferguson’s history with Keynes

Brad DeLong has found a 1995 article by Niall Ferguson which pretty much puts the lie to Ferguson's claim about his take on John Maynard Keynes.

Doomed Europe

It's long -- at some 4,500 words -- but I can highly recommend the debate between George Soros and Hans-Werner Sinn about what Soros calls The German Question.

Counterparties: Bipartisan disagreements

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The IIF implodes

Wherever there's money and power, you're sure to find turmoil. If Promontory is the big winner these days, there's also bound to be a big loser.

Counterparties: Putting a price on illness

The US government is giving a whole new meaning to the term “price discovery”. Today, the federal Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services released a trove of seemingly basic data to the public for the first time: the prices American hospitals charge Medicare for the 100 most common inpatient …

The tragedy of US higher education

The tragedy of Cooper Union is endemic to most American higher education, outside a few community colleges.

Counterparties: Masters of overcharging

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Why America’s population density is falling

I'm not sure why it took me until yesterday to find Paul Krugman's post from April 16 about population density, where he found a very odd fact buried in a new Census report.