Saturday, November 8, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: Obama meets with economic advisers.
WSJ: Pelosi is for more "fiscal stimulus."
WSJ: Fed's Lockhart on the Fed's arsenal.
The Economist on who voted for Obama.
The Economist on Obama's economic troubles.
The Economist on the Senate and House elections.
The Economist: European rates are cut again.
The Economist on the credit crunch in Brazil.
The Economist on Obama and the unemployment surge.
The Economist: American carmakers, in trouble again...
Mankiw on the new draft (very, very bad idea).
Caplan on Krugman's judgmental view of the median American voter.
Sachsida interviews León-Ledesma on the effects of the financial crisis in Europe (in Portuguese).
Constantino explains how government awkward regulation of the credit rating agencies made them irrelevant (in Portuguese).

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