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Mary Amiti, Oleg Itskhoki, and Jozef Konings: Why Hasn't the Yen Depreciation Spurred Japanese Exports?, by Mary Amiti, Oleg Itskhoki, and Jozef Konings, Liberty Street Economics: The Japanese yen depreciated 30 percent from its peak in the fourth quarter...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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On Losing Interest - Paul Krugman More on Class and Monetary Policy - Paul Krugman Have the Anti-Obamacare Ads Backfired? - Brookings Institution Subsistence and Self-perpetuating Inequality - Growth Economics Social Safety Net Or Bed of Nails? It’s...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Thursday, July 10, 2014
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Tim Duy: QEInfinity Not, by Tim Duy: The Federal Reserve released the minutes of the June FOMC meeting today, but the contents had little in the way of groundbreaking news. Most interesting was that Fed officials tired of being pestered...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Thursday, July 10, 2014
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Via the Liberty Street Economics blog at the NY Fed, should we worry as much about the bilateral repo market as we do about the tri-party market (which played a key role in the financial crisis and remains vulnerable to...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Wednesday, July 9, 2014
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Brad DeLong quotes Adam Smith: Adam Smith as Malthusian: “The Surplus Population”, by Brad DeLong: ...Adam Smith: Smith: Wealth of Nations, Book I, Chapter 8: “Is this improvement in the circumstances of the lower ranks of the people… …to be......
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Wednesday, July 9, 2014
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Tim Duy: When The Fed Starts Raising Rates, by Tim Duy: Via Twitter, modest proposal summarizes my last post: Shorter @TimDuy, short the front end not the 10 year because the Fed will tighten before inflation is a problem http://t.co/1a0xRNueEO...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Wednesday, July 9, 2014
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The Wonk That Never Was - Paul Krugman Climate sceptics are losing their grip - Martin Wolf Blueprints for Taming the Climate Crisis - NYTimes.com New Legislation Requires Fed to Adopt Policy Rule - John Taylor A Legislated Taylor Rule? - John...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Wednesday, July 9, 2014
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Carola Binder: The Unemployment Cost of Below-Target Inflation: Recently, inflation in the United States has been consistently below its 2% target. The situation in Sweden is similar, but has lasted much longer. The Swedish Riksbank announced a 2% CPI...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Josh Bivens: Is Wage Growth the Problem or the Solution?, by Josh Bivens, WSJ Think Tank: Lots of talk has percolated recently about whether a sudden burst of rapid wage growth would force the Fed’s hand in pulling back monetary...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Liz Laderman and Sylvain Leduc: Slow Business Start-ups and the Job Recovery, by Liz Laderman and Sylvain Leduc: Employment growth during the current recovery has been weak compared with past recoveries. It has taken nearly five years since the beginning......
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Dorms as "Parents' Home" - Calculated Risk Knutty Asset Prices - Paul Krugman GDP and the Public Sector - Beat the Press Trust-based working time spurs innovation - vox Millennials get cut off at the polls - The Washington Post...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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Joe Stiglitz: ...the American dream—the notion that we are living in the land of opportunity—is a myth. The life chances of a young American today are more dependent on the income and education of his parents than in many other...
From: Economist's View | By: Mark Thoma | Monday, July 7, 2014
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