Entries by Matt Nolan

Neo-Ricardian factor shares

Note:   I want you all to be highly critical of my posts on factor shares – and where you can throw literature at me.  I wrote a bunch of posts in a single day based on one book (and some prior knowledge), I have no appeal to authority here and would love to have your […]

Discussion Tuesday

Let’s think a little bit about value judgements shall we: Every element, every linguistic and ontological device, is packed with implicit ethical assumptions.  As a result, it is impossible to frame trade-offs in any way that doesn’t involve unjustified moral assumptions. Once again, remember that these are points for discussion – I am not saying […]

Post-Keynesian factor shares

Note:   I want you all to be highly critical of my posts on factor shares – and where you can throw literature at me.  I wrote a bunch of posts in a single day based on one book (and some prior knowledge), I have no appeal to authority here and would love to have your […]

A Top 10 on the labour market

I recently did a Top 10 over at interest.co.nz, focused on the labour market. With labour market conditions improving in New Zealand, and overseas, while technology changes and we recover from a long slow down, there are a lot of interesting points to consider – I suggest going over and having a look