Friday, October 10, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: Fed on the liquidity facilities.
WSJ on the Dow under 9000.
WSJ on the candidates to the Nobel Prize in Economics.
WSJ: Rove on the election.
WSJ on Schwarzenegger and California.
The Economist on the synchronized rate cut by world Central Banks.
The Economist on the crisis around the world.
The Economist on the bailout of banks in the UK.
Cowen on the problem with partially nationalized banks.
Cowen on goods with countercyclical demand.
Cowen on the candidates to the Nobel Prize in Economics.
Boudreux: should we redistribute wealth, then why not redistribute power too?
Perry on the rising incomes since 2001.
Perry: top 1% of taxpayers pay more federal income taxes (in value) than entire bottom 95%.

No comments: