Lawrence J. McQuillan
| Tuesday October 10, 2017 at 11:16 AM PST
The future of work has always been a hotly debated subject. The heat has been turned up recently with advances in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). One view, expressed by Stowe Boyd, lead researcher at GigaOM Research, is that robots will yield a net reduction in jobs for humans, “The central question of 2025...
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Tags: artificial intelligence, creativity, Education, Entrepreneurship, Fei-Fei Li, Google Cloud, jobs, labor markets, minimum wage, Occupational licensing, retraining, robogeddon, robotics, robots, Startup Grind, Technology
| Tuesday August 24, 2010 at 11:04 AM PST
Regime uncertainty has gained increasing recognition as the current economic troubles have persisted with little or no improvement since the economy reached a cyclical trough early in 2009. As described in my 1997 paper, regime uncertainty pertains to the likelihood that investors’ private property rights in their capital and the income it yields will be...
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Tags: American History, Austrian School of Economics, Bailouts, bond market, bond yield, Budget and Tax Policy, Business, Corporatism, Crisis and Leviathan, Depression, Economics, Employment, Fascism, FDR, Free Market, government bond, government deficit, government spending, Government subsidies, Great Depression, Keynesian economics, Labor, labor markets, Liberty, macroeconomics, Monetary policy, Money and Banking, Nationalization, New Deal, Obama, Obamanomics, private bond, Property Rights, recession, Second New Deal, Socialism, stimulus, Taxation, Taxes, U.S. Treasury securities, Unemployment, yield curve
David J. Theroux
| Monday February 2, 2009 at 1:37 AM PST
With much fanfare, the first bill signed into law by President Barack Obama is the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which proponents believe will end pay discrimination against working women and minorities. The Act reinstates by congressional legislation the decision of a lower case in Alabama against Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company which was...
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Tags: Barack Obama, Business, Criminal Justice, Employment, Labor, labor markets, Law, Personal Liberty, Regulation, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Unemployment