Assorted Links

1. WSJ Blog points to dispersion of views in Fed. It also pointsto speeches from Possner (of Philadelphia Fed) and Rosengren (of Boston Fed).

2. WSJ Blog also points to a new OECD report that says inflation has been rising in the 30 member countries. Its assorted links post is also quite good

3. MR points to number of foreclosures in counties. MR also says fiscal policy would not help in spurting the economy

4. Rodrik’s new paper

5. EPSA Blog on role of foreign aid.

6. TTR on anti-business textbooks in Europe. Interesting article. Mankiw also points to the same and provides a free link as well.

7. Menzie Chinn covers a few papers presented at AEA conference

8. Ajay Shah updates the critical appointments list

9. Suman Bery on Indian economy

10. Stigilitz warns of stagflation cometh.

One Response to “Assorted Links”

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