Thursday, April 26, 2007

More on un-gay (aka dismal) science

NYTimes-iig unshdag humuus David Leonhardt-iin ediin zasag, business-iin talaar bichdeg column-iig barag andahguy baih. Mash engiin ugeer sonirholtoy, medeelel saitay bichigddeg tuunii analysis-uudiig hervee bolomj garval unshij baigaaray.

Yutay ch Leonhardt ungursun doloo honogt yurduu horihon sariin daraa boloh gej bui ANU-iin yurunhiilugchiin songuulid huch uzeheer tuluvluud bui ner buhii humuusiin ediin zasgiin muriin hutulburuudiig ni hen hen todorhoilj baigaa talaar negen sonirholtoy niitleliig bichjee:

The Advisers Who Are Writing the Future of US

End ajiglagdsan negen temdegluushtey zuil ni gevel advisor-oor ajillaj bui ihenh ediin zasagchid ni nasnii huvid mash zaluu buyu jinhene id buteedeg nasan deeree baih yum (dismal science is getting younger gsn :P). Ene ch utgaaraa neleed risky sanaluudiig zorigtoygoor gargaj irj medeh. Bas negen anhaaral tatsan zuil ni gevel Greg Mankiw Republican Party-giin Mitt Romney-giin tald orchihson Bush-iin tax cut-iig urgeljluuleh geed uzej baigaa boltoy (gehdee mani er carbon emission-d Pigouvian Tax onooj negative externality-g bagasgana geed avaad baigaa hehe). Amerikiin rich and poor gap ni record high-daa hurchihsan baigaa nuhtsuld ene idea demjleg avch chadah bolov uu?(or maybe I'm just reading too much Krugman :P)

Anyway, comment hesegt ta buhen hen hamgiin sound economic policy-g sanal bolgoj baigaa talaar bodloo uldeegeerey.

Addendum: The latest Leonhardt column What’s Really Squeezing the Middle Class?
+ David Leonhardt's NYTimes homepage and David Leonhardt on EconTalk talking about "media bias, competition between old and new media, global warming, and the role of information as an incentive to provide better health care."

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