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Blogs - Oct 2015

Angus Deaton wins the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel by Matias Vernengo
Tue, 2015-10-13 00:19

Angus Deaton wins the Nobel by Alex Tabarrok
Tue, 2015-10-13 00:34

People's QE Has Been Tried Before and Failed by David Beckworth
Tue, 2015-10-13 21:37

Give me a One Armed Economist by Roger Farmer
Tue, 2015-10-13 22:06

99 percent Utopia and money by Branko Milanovic
Wed, 2015-10-14 20:14

The Hidden Debt Burden of Emerging Markets by Carmen Reinhart
Wed, 2015-10-14 20:40

As central bankers and finance ministers gather for the IMF’s annual meetings in Lima, the emerging world is rife with symptoms of increasing economic vulnerability. Some of those symptoms, like slowing growth, are obvious and quantifiable; others, however, are dangerous partly because they are difficult to discern.

Beware cheap oil! by Rem Korteweg
Wed, 2015-10-14 20:55

Two types of liquidity "shortage" by Nick Rowe
Wed, 2015-10-21 05:47

Market liquidity and financial stability by Steve Cecchetti and Kim Schoenholtz
Wed, 2015-10-21 05:50

The Liquidity Mirage by Dobrislav Dobrev and Ernst Schaumburg
Wed, 2015-10-21 05:54

Global Aging: More Headwinds for U.S. Stocks? by Zheng Liu, Mark M. Spiegel, and Bing Wang
Tue, 2015-10-27 19:44
The retirement of the baby boomers is expected to severely cut U.S. stock values in the near future. Since population aging is widespread across the world’s largest countries, this raises the question of whether global aging could adversely affect the U.S. equity market even further. However, the strong relationship between demographics and equity values in this country do not hold true in other industrial countries. This suggests that global aging is unlikely to create additional headwinds for U.S. equities.

Shrinking Populations, Rising Fiscal Challenges by Benedict Clements, Kamil Dybczak, and Mauricio Soto
Tue, 2015-10-27 20:02

U.S. Potential Economic Growth: Is It Improving with Age? by Samuel Kapon and Joseph Tracy
Tue, 2015-10-27 20:57

Korea should face its demographic crisis head on by Katharine H.S. Moon
Tue, 2015-10-27 21:38

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