Best in Economics this week: April 3

That was what Q1 looked like.
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The Chief Economist is restraining supply

Beautiful short documentary on the decline of Kodak

This US slowdown is looking pretty serious, or what?

A bit of a confusing chart to read, but the message is clear: ageing is not just a Japanese phenomenon

China’s food imports have changed (via @pdacosta)

Didn’t read this, but I should: “Why American companies are borrowing more in euros“

Cool visualization of immigration to the US.

The first blog of one Ben Bernanke…

And here is part two of the Bernanke sequel!

And here is how the languages in Europe evolved

Some other thoughts on the secular stagnation debate

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