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Should-Read: JEC: The Next New Macro

Should-Read: JEC: The Next New Macro: “The seeds of disaster… lay… …in how easily New Classical-style models could be tweaked to get Keynesian behavior…. The mess in macro did not […]

Must- and Should-Reads: January 17, 2017

Kenneth Arrow et al.: (2004): Are We Consuming Too Much?: “We consider two criteria for the possible excessiveness (or insufficiency) of current consumption… Christoph Lakner and Branko Milanovic (2013): Global […]


Must-Read: Guido Alfani: Europe’s Rich since 1300

Must-Read: Guido Alfani: Europe’s Rich since 1300: “Throughout this time, the only significant declines in inequality were the result of the Black Death and the World Wars… …EINITE http://www.dondena.unibocconi.it/EINITE… has […]

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