Today's Buggy Topic
The subject-title, windy though it is, captures faithfully two posted prof bug comments found at Economist View the laudable economic blog run by Professor Mark Thoma of the University of Oregon. Click here
Be Sure To . . .
. read the article linked to by Prof. Thoma that begins the thread, then --- if you want --- read down to the first buggy post about a third way into the thread, then be sure to look at the buggy follow-up much later on . . . left at 9:46 A.M. on July 24th, 2009. Both of the posts are, as usual, filled with hard evidence and links to scholarly studies, plus once or twice to illuminating journalistic articles. They roam widely, cover a lot of diverse subjects that all relate to the overarching question set out in the title here, and come up with some unusual results . . . none of which will gladden, I suppose, the minds of left-wing radicals and convinced socialists or even some liberals.