Perrspectives at Harvard
Larry Summers may be out at Harvard, but it appears Perrspectives is in.
I was pleasantly surprised to learn that my recent piece, "GM and the War on Labor," was on the required reading list for Economics 1812, a class on the U.S. labor market. The class, not surprisingly called "The U.S. Labor Market," also features readings from the Washington Post, the Detroit News and Bloomberg, as well as pieces from the Wharton School and economist Robert J. Samuelson.
I just hope that getting on a Harvard list doesn't also land me on one from David Horowitz.