Author Archives: Mayo Toruño

About Mayo Toruño

Professor and Chair of Economics Department, California State University San Bernardino

Spring Quarter 2015 Coyote Economist

The Spring Quarter 2015 Coyote Economist has just been published. You’ll find information on student research, the upcoming Seniors Reception, End of the Year Party and Commencement. The main article explores the on-going stagnation and the Neoliberal era.

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“Is there anything worth keeping in standard microeconomics?”

Originally posted on Real-World Economics Review Blog:
from Edward Fullbrook For me three economists stand out historically as having been the most effective at building resistance to the dominance of scientism in economics.  Keynes of course is one, and the…

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The Winter Quarter 2015 Coyote Economist

We just published the Winter Quarter 2015 Coyote Economist. The lead article, written by Daniel MacDonald, focuses on the gap between the myth and the reality of economic mobility within the USA. No, the USA is NOT the much touted … Continue reading

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An interesting GIF on the spread of WalMarts in the USA

A colleague of mine pointed me to this interesting gif showing the growth of WalMart stores in the US since 1962. The gif was made available by Daniel Ferry and can be found at Excel Hero. The same gif is … Continue reading

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The power of economic theory: Graphically illustrated

Originally posted on Real-World Economics Review Blog:
from Asad Zaman and the WEA Pedagogical Blog A near perfect graphical illustration of the power of economic theory is provided by the following graph; copied from RWER Blog The impact of the…

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The Fall Quarter Coyote Economist

The most recent issue of the Coyote Economist came out last week. The lead article looks at income and wealth inequality over the course of the Great Recession.

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USA jobs lost 2008-14, average wage of jobs lost, average wage of jobs gained

Originally posted on Real-World Economics Review Blog:
from David Ruccio Yes, I know, a table (actually, 3 tables). . . According to a new report from the U.S. Conference of Mayors [pdf], In 2008 and 2009 the US economy lost…

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