Best of the Web: 13-09-02, nr 832

Good morning. At least The Economist is trying to get interest in the German elections going…: build your own coalition!

Sell in May? Sell on the 6th of September! Or at least, that is what averaging up the Dow’s returns tell you

Call me a zeikerd, but France and Italy…? From the update of the OECD on the world economy

Yesterday’s news, but still: this chart is pretty telling with respect to Nokia…

Pitty that Emerging Market Debt has fallen out of grace: “Kenya plans record African bond debut”

Back by popular demand: BITCOIN! “Do Bitcoins Violate a Fundamental Economic Law?”

Ok, but tell me this: emerging markets are always exporting a lot to the West, right…?

Interesting study into the development of risk premia during the recovery over the past years…

On Philips curves, NAIRUs and other ‘alive and kicking’ economic stuff…

…and let’s add the output gap to be complete: how it is measured…

…and whatever happened to Married with Kids? The radical changes in household composition…


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2 thoughts on “Best of the Web: 13-09-02, nr 832

  1. Goedemorgen mijnheer, mooi stuk werk weer en leerzaam. vraag: waarom weet de oecd niet waar nederland ligt. het zou heel interessant zijn om nederland in de grafieken te zien. dan kunnen wij checken of ze op een lijn liggen met de uitspraken van deze regering en waar nu de echte expor en andere zaken vandaan komen. het lijkt wel of het stiekum weggedrukt wordt. prettige dag veel zonneschijn en succes, Cees

    • De data voor Nederland is er wel – en ik vermoed zelfs down te loaden op de website van de OECD – maar wordt doorgaans weggelaten om de grafieken overzichtelijk te houden.

      Dat doen ze bij The Economist helaas ook iets te vaak…

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