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|Archived Since:||June 7, 2008|
In my recent NY Times article, I explored several hypotheses to explain slow growth. One was based on work by Alberto Alesina and Silvia Ardagna suggesting that the standard Keynesian view of tax and spending multipliers is inconsistent with the international evidence. Show More Summary
Click here to read my column in Sunday's NY Times.
In the Silicon Valley suburbs, activists are pushing for laws that limit rents, even though, as the article says, "economists have an almost universally dim view of rent control."
Larry says the Donald would be a disaster.
A friend emails me: This article in the today's NY Times discusses how musicians who play near the site where John Lennon died have had trouble managing the common resource of a strategically placed park bench. Currently, however, they have worked out an informal arrangement that appears to work well. Show More Summary
A profile by Prakash Loungani.
Conversing with the Fed chair.
Jeff backs Bernie.
Larry Kotlikoff is running for president.
A great article in today's Wall Street Journal.
A brief introduction, via the Richmond Fed.
This is cute.
Click here to read my column in Sunday's NY Tiimes.
John has a nice piece in today's Wall Street Journal.
Eric Maskin and Amartya Sen apply voting theory to the current Republican primary.
Narayana writes a column titled Trump Starts Making Economic Sense. Seems to be a minority view among economists.
I just heard the wonderful news that Xavier Gabaix will be joining the faculty of the Harvard economics department. Welcome, Xavier!
Alan Blinder has a great column in today's Wall Street Journal.
On Yoram Bauman, Carbon Washington, and the success in British Columbia,.