Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ on the government bailout dilemma.
WSJ on Lehman Brothers' fall.
WSJ: Bank of America buys Merrill Lynch.
WSJ: Obama says the crisis is the worst since the Great Depression.
WSJ on how a question of dubious value produced chaos on Wikipedia.
The Economist follows McCain and Palin across the Midwest.
The Economist and the nightmare on Wall Street.
The Economist gives the bad news on emerging markets.
Dubner on trolls in candidates' blogs.
Kling on repos and how Bernanke can be the new Petraeus.
Kling on Roberts and Shiller.
Posner on prediction markets and elections.
Becker on prediction markets and elections.
NYT on the great Brazilian writer Machado de Assis (HT Selva Brasilis).
Harford on the mystery of smoked cars.

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