Best in Economics this week: December 20

Cool overview. Remember Uruk?

Shale gas. Where’s it at…?

When in Asia, do as the Asians do…

Interesting chart on NET issuances of new stock (IPO-buyback): it is rising strongly!

Bubble trouble?

By the IMF: “Seven Questions on Financial Crises: Perspectives from the Frontier of Research”

The year so far. So much for Emerging Markets as a good investment…

Another cool overview, even though it is not so relevant for Europe.

The most unequal ‘income’ distribution of them all: capital gains

Pine bluff upon shore. That’s what you get when all the ice melts. And you haven’t seen the Netherlands yet…

Admittedly, not very economical, nor very appetizing, but still: the average man…


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