Best in Economics this week: December 5

What’s the impact of declining prices of capital goods for the economy



And another important productivity question: are we mismeasuring productivity growth?


Still one of the more shocking charts of the Eurozone…

A bit more of history on oil prices…

And these are the break-even oil prices across the world.

And this is the update on oil disruptions: heading lower…

Pirates: the numbers, not the myth

The question is, is this a solid relationship, or are we being fooled by two spikes?


Debt in the US: when will the student bubble burst?

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3 thoughts on “Best in Economics this week: December 5

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