Thursday, September 4, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

Mankiw and Samuelson on misreading census-based poverty measures.
The Economist on Google's Chrome browser.
The Economist on waste champions.
The Economist on the Republican National Convention.
WSJ on new IMF chief economist Olivier Blanchard.
WSJ has a Hubbard and Neusner's article on Obamanomics.
WSJ on the McCain-Palin ticket and Clinton voters.
WSJ on a not very thoughtful reference to Fargo in a Republican National Convention ad.
WSJ's Peggy Noonan on the Republican National Convention.
WSJ on the latest release of the Fed's Beige Book.
WSJ on a speech by Boston Fed's economist Eric Rosengren.
McArdle on being truly pro-choice.
Leeson on democratic dominoes.
Cowen on the economic consequences of unwed motherhood.

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