Development Economics

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    Tunisia in Turmoil: When Supply-Side Orthodoxy Meets an Angry Citizenry

    Mass protests challenging the government to focus on job-creation rather than on market liberalization and trade deals may carry a cautionary message to Western policy makers, too. Read more

    Legislators Never Bowl Alone: Big Money, Mass Media, and the Polarization of Congress

    This is a small paper on a big subject: the polarization of American politics since the mid-1970s. In its early stages this process bore more than a passing resemblance to the opening scenes of a Grade B disaster movie: With almost everyone’s attention focused elsewhere, a series of tiny, seemingly insignificant departures from long standing routines took place. Read more