Best in Economics this week: September 19

Interesting: was the strength of Emerging Markets only a temporary phenomenon?

And a bit more on (the lack off) capex spending

This final chart on the independence of Scotland

Ah well, one more can’t hurt

Unit labour costs over time, relative over Germany

Look at North Dakota go!

On the efficiency of cars…

PriceWaterhouseCoopers on the need for reduced carbon emissions…

The slow death of the Italian economy. Brought to you by the IMF…

Cool overview of voting within the Federal reserve.

Another threat of deflation. This time spotted by Fitch.

Comes without comment

Who needs friends anyway…

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