Best in Economics this week: September 12

A bit of longer term perspective
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QE meets liquidity

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From a historical perspective, neither inflation, nor deflation are a big problem right now
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In case you have missed this one: China is building an airbase in the disputed South China Sea…

Back in ‘01 (0001, that is), when the Roman Empire sneezed, everyone got a cold…

Lending rates are coming down, even for Italy and Spain

Some new insights on productivity

Interesting chart on hours worked per year. Sweden is bucking the trend

I am not sure that Scoxit is such a good plan….

A bit of reading on Emerging Asia by the BIS

Disasters put into perspective
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Some background information on basic income: all the pro’s and con’s are listed

What will be left for my kids. And let’s check ten years from now to see how much the bars have moved to the right.

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