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Accidental Deliberations: Tuesday Morning Links

Posted May 5, 2015 by Greg Fingas

This and that for your Tuesday reading.

– Branko Milanovic discusses how rent theory fits into the glaring gap between productivity and wages: Bob Solow explored a couple of days ago another possibility. Going back to his own initial work on the theory of growth, some 60 years ago, Solow asked the following question: why did we assume that there is perfect competition and that factors are paid their perfect completion marginal products? We knew, continued Solow, that there were monopolies; moreover, the theory of imperfect competition (Chamberlin and Joan Robinson) existed since the 1930s. Solow said: “I could not (Read more…)

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LTC Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Posted December 14, 2014 by From My Bottom Step

London Transportation Commission
450 Highbury Avenue N.
London, Ontario; N5W 5L2
c/o Ms Caroline Roy; Executive Assistant
Please accept this added communication for the Commission’s 2014/12/17 meeting.
By deliberate design, the London Transportation Commission has only ever provided a limited number of archived agendas & minutes via it’s public website, ie. http://
For the sake of increased public transparency, please accept […]

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