Malinvestment and Regime Uncertainty

Uncertainty Ahead

A recent Circle Bastiat blog post highlighted a discussion by Robert Higgs where he argued,

anemic investment recovery evi
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LECTURE for Oct. 30, 2012
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Strengthening Competitiveness and Growth in Europe [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Philipp Rösler | The aftermath of the financial crisis has challenged Europe. Dr Rösler will discuss the reasons as well as new strategies to regather competitiveness and growth. He will also point out how the European monetary union can develop further into a union of stability and what the role of member states in this process should be. Philipp Rösler is the vice chancellor and federal minister of economics and technology of Germany. Dr Rösler also serves as chairman of the
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Ethics and Regulation [Audio]
Speaker(s): Claire Enders | Claire Enders is a founder of Enders Analysis that offers its subscribers research and advice covering the major commercial, regulatory and strategic issues in mobile and fixed line telecoms, TV and the Internet, as well as the major content businesses such as music, publishing and advertising. This event is part of the POLIS Media Agenda 2012 series.
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University of Memphis CCFA Distinguished Achievement Award 2012 Joy Brown Wiener
University of Memphis CCFA Distinguished Achievement Award in the Creative and Performing Arts for 2012 is Joy Brown Wiener.
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Simple Elimination Practice - Khan Academy
Practice solving systems of equations through simple elimination. (04:18)
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Ireland: forced migration history, forced migration empathy?
Public Seminar Series, Michaelmas term 2012. Seminar by Dr Irial Glynn (University College Dublin) recorded on 31 October 2012 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford.
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Sweet Nothings - Piano Music Roll

ARTCRAFT piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A dynamic, sweet, mesmerizing piano roll rendition of Sweet Nothings. Douglas Henderson is the arranger cum laude. Performed and interpreted on my player piano from the 1920s. Note: Permission granted to me from ARTCRAFT to show this music roll online.


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Spanish Verb Sheet
Spanish Verb Sheet.
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INFO2009 Resource Brief - Su White Keywords:CW2 , brief , coursework
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Faculty of Law: Emeritus Professor Ben Boer - Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The
The New Zealand Law Foundation and the University of Otago Faculty of Law present the New Zealand Law Foundation 2011 Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Emeritus Professor Ben Boer. Professor Boer is Emeritus Professor in Environmental Law at the University of Sydney. Here he delivers a public lecture on the topic of "Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The need for an integrated approach". 19 April 2011.
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Faculty of Law: Emeritus Professor Ben Boer - Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The
The New Zealand Law Foundation and the University of Otago Faculty of Law present the New Zealand Law Foundation 2011 Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Emeritus Professor Ben Boer. Professor Boer is Emeritus Professor in Environmental Law at the University of Sydney. Here he delivers a public lecture on the topic of "Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The need for an integrated approach". 19 April 2011.
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A Lunchtime Poetry Reading – Cilla McQueen
The Department of English presents a lunchtime poetry reading featuring the poet Cilla McQueen. Cilla was the Burns fellow at the University of Otago in 1985 and 1986, and the New Zealand Poet Laureate from 2009 until 2011. 11 September 2012.
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A Lunchtime Poetry Reading – Emma Neale
The Department of English presents a lunchtime poetry reading featuring author Emma Neale. Emma is the 2012 Burns Fellow at the University of Otago and has published several successful volumes of poetry and novels. 11 September 2012.
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The U.S. Electoral College System Explained For Teachers & Students.

In not so breaking news Barack Obama has been re-elected by the American public for his second term in office. 

The question is how did he get there?  Aside form the billions spent on advertising and public relations, how does the U.S elscto
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Annual Peace Lecture 2012: Rabbi Adi Cohen – Words, Concepts, Deeds: Peace as a Way of Living
Rabbi Adi Cohen of the Wellington Progressive Jewish Congregation presents the Annual Peace Lecture 2012 on the topic of “Words, Concepts, Deeds: Peace as a way of living”. Rabbi Cohen moved to NZ in May 2011 from Israel. He has taught courses in Jewish Law and Ethics, special education, and worked as a storyteller. He is active in interfaith activities in Wellington and is a member of the Wellington Council of Christians and Jews. 3 September 2012.
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Otis Modern Art 07: Post-Impressionism Part 1: Cezanne's Critique
Dr. Parme Giuntini, Director of Art History at Otis College of Art and Design, presents this series on Modern Art. She will discuss the movements and ideas that changed our perspectives on art and art making. She will begin with Realism in France, around 1850, and finish with Abstract Expressionism in New York City in the mid-20th Century. This is Part One of the lecture on Post-Impressionism. In this discussion, Dr. Giuntini discusses the critical ideas as seen through the artist Paul Cezan
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