Best in Economics this week: November 15

Brilliant! 2008-’09 was easy, but from that point things started to get complicated….

The World Energy Outlook 2013 by the International Energy Agency


Interesting report on the future of Dutch exports…

Interesting: the relationship between uncertainty and investment seems to be inverse


Close link between business cashflow and fiscal deficits _Fb5ZWU8YlJvBISM5oRPFdvCwys6igL8Dn4I4JSr8YEqHa53TpqEwQfsO8K8c07Bf1rWX6oKGqnp-t1tJ1OYH5pPw1cmCHW2nmXsnFU2e9odeH_PQTknOaldzA

Emerging markets debt from Africa!

The Emerging Markets credits market is waaaaay bigger than governments…

I am a sucker for these kind of charts: IPO revenue from 2000 onward


Van Gogh still leads the charts!


Whatever happened to Rotterdam as the third biggest port in the world??

Nice giff on the rise and fall of the Roman Empire (should be changing, if not click on the link)


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