Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ on the new actions by the Fed.
WSJ on the NBER and business cycle dating.
WSJ on Obama's national security team.
WSJ: NBER says recession started in December 2007.
WSJ on the death of economics blogger Tanta from Calculated Risk.
The Economist on Obama's national security team.
Mankiw on government debt and future generations.
Roberts on subsidizing failure.
Kurdas on the "Predator State" by Galbraith (HT Shikida).
Kling on real and Keynesian business cycles.
Carden on Cartmanomics (very funny)...
Perry: natural gas prices keep falling.

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