The Great Depression and the Great Recession in the North Atlantic

The Great Depression and the Great Recession in the North Atlantic 2015 McKenna Lecture :: Claremont-McKenna College Back in 1959 Arthur Burns, lifelong senior Republican policymaker, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Eisenhower, good friend of and White House Counselor to President Nixon, and Chair of the Federal Reserve from 1970 to… More >

The Future of Weblogging in the Medium Run: The Honest Broker

Glaukon: So: Blogging... Sokrates: Indeed... Hypatia: I would like to start by offering the floor to the Great and Good Felix Salmon: Felix Salmon: To All the Young Journalists Asking for Advice...: I’m also very flattered by the lovely things you said... about how you’d love to have a career in journalism... do[ing] the kind… More >

The Rise in Inequality: The Honest Broker

Event - Income and Wealth Inequality in the United States: Evidence, Causes and Solutions | Rice University's Baker Institute: The policy debate on the sources, causes and potential solutions to rising income and wealth inequality has intensified in the past few years. Recently, French economist Thomas Piketty’s popular book 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century' garnered… More >

William Gale Responds to Me on the Fiscal Sitch…: The Honest Broker

William Gale wrote: And I wrote: And now he responds: William Gale: Recently, I wrote an article on the role of fiscal policy on economic growth. I argued that, if we want to raise living standards of future generations, a major priority should be reducing the long-term ratio of public debt to GDP.… More >

The Cato Institute’s Brink Lindsey Is Running an Economic Growth Conference This Week: The Honest Broker for the Week of November 21, 2014

RE: The Future of U.S. Economic Growth & Reviving Economic Growth: A Cato Online Forum Some questions for the authors of the contributions that struck me as the most interesting... Two Questions for Scott Sumner: First Question: Why has nominal GDP targeting not already swept the economics community? It really ought to have. Second Question:… More >