Capital Commerce


November 2009


China: The Collapse of an Economic Model

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The housing bubble's pop led to a lot of Americans fundamentally questioning capitalism as an economic system, from Michael Moore's most recent flick to a poll that found that many Americans prefer socialism.

But despite these misgivings, I don't think anyone has seriously thought that ...

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Don't Fear Productivity Increases

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The news that productivity was up 9.5 percent in the third quarter, while employment remains depressed, has made some people understandably worried. Yes, it's true: businesses have found ways to wring more output out of each worker, so they don't need to hire as much, at least for now. So ...

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GOP Healthcare Plan Claims 'Universal Access'

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Rhetoric is important in all political debates, but it seems to be especially dominant in healthcare. From "public option" to "death panel," it seems like the war of words has eclipsed the war of ideas.

With their one-page summary of their healthcare plan, the Republicans seem to be toting a ...

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