I should probably add Jared Bernstein to my regular reading list.
Felix Salmon points out another one of those things that make me nervous about the NYT.
Salmon also directs us to another great piece from the New Yorker.
Jonathan Chait has some smart things to say about the asymmetry of the political debate.
(Blogger's spell check just stopped working. The rest of the post may be a challenging read.)
Motorola's example doesn't really generalize. GE's run was better explained by other factors. Are there any Six Sigma success stories that don't fall in these two categories?
Dana Goldstein continues to bring objectivity and balance to the education debate.
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