Best in Economics this week: August 21

And here is some reading on the disinflation in the Eurozone: conventional monetary policy has not helped

There is a big study by McKinsey on the Internet of Things

How the strong dollar hurts the growth of Emerging markets…

Government debt around the world…
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Is there, or is there not a liquidity problem in bond markets? Here is the fed’s answer
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Some cool charts (and reading) on liquidity during flash crashes

Value stocks are set to stage a comeback
Value vs. Growth Chart

Inflation may have been low worldwide, but still the highest in China
yuan strong

European growth has slowed down in Q2. Due to the usual suspects

Housekeepers, janitors and teachers are the most common jobs held by immigrants
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I like this one as well: how the cumulative current accounts stack up in the Eurozone

Interesting and depressing find, if true: investing in college is not worth it for hispanics and blacks…

Is it for real or just a fantasy: the Nicaragua canal…

I think I would have retired at 47…
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