Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: Dow drops below 10,000.
WSJ on Biden's gaffes.
WSJ: Fed tries to resolve Wachovia dispute.
Washington Post: Mallaby on deregulation (HT Mankiw).
The Economist on banking troubles in Europe.
The Economist on the financial problems in Hong Kong.
The Economist on the TARP.
The Economist on the real side of the economy.
Becker on government equity in private companies.
Posner on equities, pay caps, etc.
Cowen on the effects of free markets on moral character.
Kling on Harvard graduates, intellectual arrogance, and playing with other people's money.
Dubner asks: is voting dangerous for your health?
McArdle on mark-to-market accounting.

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