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The state of Economics as a science
Rolf Englund om Klas Eklund ”Vår ekonomi - En introduktion till samhällsekonomi” 20/10 2010.
Diagrammen ur hans bok kan laddas ner här
Economics: Free Courses
|USD/SEK - US Trade Deficit
Currencies (Nice charts)
The American Economic Association has published a list of
the 20 most influential articles carried by the Review in the past century.
My own personal favourites on the macro front are the Cobb/Douglas piece which invented the standard production function in 1928;
the Milton Friedman lecture in 1968 which demolished the trade off between unemployment and inflation;
the Robert Shiller study in 1981 which showed that stock markets are far more volatile over short and long period than they should be;
and Krugman’s own piece in 1980 which amended the law of comparative advantage to explain the dominant pattern in global trade flows.
Gavyn Davies February 13, 2011
Next Bubble: U.S. Government Bonds
U.S. Trade Deficit:
Causes, Magnitude and Consequenses
Rolf Englund 2001-05-21
The Economic Consequences of the Peak
Chairman Ben S. Bernanke
|World markets today|
IEA: The Institute of Economic Affairs
IIE: Institute for International Economics
Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) at Stockholm University
It is easy to mock economic theory.
"Ceteris paribus" is a Latin phrase commonly translated as "all other things being equal."
Economists like to use it, mainly to hedge in case their theories don't hold up.
It's easy to blame those pesky other things not being equal.
Charley Blaine and Kim Khan
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