It’s been a tumultuous 10 years. And the period has produced a bumper crop of excellent economics books by academics, journalists, and practitioners who have attempted to grapple with the extraordinary macroeconomic disaster. They have examined why it happened, how to fix it, what it means, and how to avoid a recurrence of anything even remotely as hellish.
But we may have arrived at a crossroads. … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Author: J. Bradford DeLong | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Economics, History