Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Krugman On Macroeconomics

Normally, I wouldn't do such a thing, but this is a good reading list from Paul Krugman on macroeconomics issues. Study it, and you'll realize why I have a very different outlook on the economy from the clown car that is our President's economics circle. It's by no means a complete discussion of the topic, nor is it unbiased. It is, however, a good survey of what a Nobel Prize winning economist who studies macroeconomic issues thinks about our current situation. And yes, that Nobel Prize wouldn't be all that impressive if it weren't for the fact that he's found remarkably little about our economic collapse a mystery, except for the feckless attitude of our political leadership in dealing with it.

Perhaps as I get time, I'll annotate the list. For now, though, here it is:
Macro Readings Update
Anyone with a perspective on any of these articles is encouraged to leave a comment.

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