Best in Economics this week: September 9

Look at the monkey jump!

Source: CLSA Research

Taking a long view on productivity…

“Forty years of indexing: from folly to fear”

The call for a production cut in oil is rising

Blackrock on global warming (via Roderick Molenaar)

Cool! Do it yourself with the Taylor rule! Plug in your own variables with this tool of the Atlanta Fed

Sign of the times: we are now supposed to be happy to see more low paying jobs…

Say what? “Blockchain’s Numbers Don’t Add Up”


“What is nominal GDP targeting and would it help?“ Only if you think that GDP actually captures growth…

A presentation on the issue of low productivity

Probably an old chart, but interesting nevertheless


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