Best in Economics this week: March 6

Interesting chart. How will we fare without QE…
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Peak life-expectancy, anyone?
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Secular stagnation, the short version(or did I already show this one?)

2015: already the year of the buyback!

The BRICS outlook isn’t doing all that well…

Not something to be proud of, but we are number two…

The Global Risk report of the World Economic Forum has been published again!

Interesting chart on the rise of low interest rate corporate bonds

Give me a thousand dollars (and a time machine)

Bill Gates into perspective. Well, in some super-rich perspective

“The Disconnect Between Corporate Borrowing and Investment”

Interesting breakdown on labour productivity…

The difference between interest rates and growth have declined over time
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The great recession was not so great, apparently

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