Sunday, September 14, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ's Noonan explains how McCain & Palin recaptured the public imagination and gives sensible advices to Obama's campaigners.
WSJ on the Fed and Lehman Brothers.
WSJ on the economic obscurantism of rent controls and the politicos that benefit from them (HT Mankiw).
Kling criticizes macroeconomists, central bankers, and anthropogenic global warming theory by parallelism.
Cowen comments on an interesting article by Rodrik about how undervalued real exchange rates in poor countries may promote growth.
Harford on the dangers of being a witch in a recession.

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