ARTICLES, OP-EDs AND COLUMNS

NYT Economic View Column (on hiatus for Obama campaign)
"HIs the New Supply Side Better Than the Old?" January 20, 2008
"In The Bond Market a Bleak Prognosis for Iraq,"November 11 , 2007
"'A Reality Check for Home Sellers," September 23, 2007
"'A Billion Bucks for the Cubs? It's Only Money," July 22, 2007

NYT Economic Scene Column
"How the U.S. Has Kept the Productivity Playing Field Tilted to Its Advantage" June 21, 2007
"'The Apprentice: Omaha Edition' Starring Warren Buffett," May 24, 2007
"A Country Less Dependent on Foreign Oil Is Free to Make Other New Year's Resolutions,"April 26, 2007
"'Irresponsible' Mortgages Have Opened Doors to Many of the Excluded," March 29, 2007
"Why do the Richest People Rarely Intend to Give it All Away?" March 1, 2007
"Now That a Penny Isn't Worth Much, It's Time to Make It Worth 5 Cents," February 1, 2007
"A Country Less Dependent on Foreign Oil Is Free to Make Other New Year's Resolutions," January 4, 2007

"Lean Left? Lean Right? Media May Take Their Cues from Customers," December 7, 2006
"A Charismatic Economist Who Loved to Argue," November 17, 2006
"In Retirement Planning, There Is Nothing Certain About Death and Taxes," November 9, 2006
"In the New China, Banks Still Cling to Old Ways," New York Times, October 12, 2006.
"Even for Shoe Bombers, Education and Success Are Linked," New York Times, September 14, 2006.
"What Baseball Can Teach Those Who Dream of Creating the Next Silicon Valley," New York Times, August 17, 2006.
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Count Ethnic Divisions, Not Bombs, To Tell If A Nation Will Recover From War," New York Times, July 20, 2006
"Legislate Learning English? If Only It Were So Easy," New York Times, June 22, 2006
"Hello Young Workers: One Way to Reach the Top Is To Start There," New York Times, May 25, 2006
"In iTunes War, France Has Met the Enemy. Perhaps It Is France," New York Times, April 27, 2006

Slate, Dismal Science Column (winner of 2006 Peter Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism)
"Where the Buses Run On Time: The Lure of Incentive Pay" Slate, March 16, 2006
"The Benefits of Bozo: Proof That TV Doesn't Harm Kids" Slate, February 16, 2006
"It's Not Your Grandpa's Moral Hazard Anymore," Slate, December 8, 2005
"The Grip of Gas: Why You'll Pay Through the Nose to Keep Driving" Slate, September 27, 2005
"Pump it Up: Don't Worry About Price Gouging Now. Worry Later," Slate, September 7, 2005
"Bubble-lusions: Why Most Real Estate Agents Aren't Getting Rich," Slate, August 26, 2005
"Tragedy of the Airport: Why You Get Stuck For Hours at O'Hare," Slate, July 25, 2005

OP-EDs and Other Articles:
"Why Tell the I.R.S. What it Already Knows?," New York Times (Op-Ed), April 7, 2006
"Refined Thought: Dependency Paradox," Fortune, August 22, 2005
"An Offer You Shold Refuse," Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed), June 29, 2005
"Retiring Minds Want to Know," New York Times (Op-Ed), October 1, 2004
"How Rankings Rate," New York Times (Op-Ed), April 12, 2004
"The Unemployment Myth," New York Times (Op-Ed), November 30, 2003
"H&R Block's Nightmare," Forbes, July 7, 2003
"The '529' Rip-Off, " Slate, August 23, 2002.

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