Wednesday, July 11, 2012

What I'm reading these days - 2nd Week of July

Random articles I've found interesting (and remembered to save, in fact I probably read and found interesting ten articles for each one I remembered to note down...) over the last month or so...

On the Euro Crisis:
Koo on German bubbles (
Can Spain and Italy export their way out of trouble? (
What views can you hold about Spain? (
Spain’s Lost Generation: What Do You Do When Half Your Country’s Youth is Unemployed? (
On the (marginal) advantages of the Greek bank jog (
Greek Economy Grinds to a Halt (orig.
French business frustration boils over (orig.
Europe in 1931 (
A Rerun of Europe in 1931' (
Europe’s corruption problem (
Ten things to remember about a banking union (
Europe's Grim Choices (

On the US Economy
Why The Economy Can’t Get Out of First Gear (

Economy and Economics in general:
Don’t Replace Data With Ideology (
The History Behind Berlin’s Cheap Rents (
The macroeconomics of the Chinese kleptocracy (
Firing Aversion: A Cross-Cultural Study (

Hungary Lauds Hitler Ally Horthy As Orban Fails To Stop Hatred (
New Serbian President Favors Putin, Opposes NATO and Independent Kosovo (

Veiling (The Quarterly Journal of Economics)
Bubble on the Potomac (orig.
I've been playing the same game of Civilization II for almost 10 years. This is the result. (
Is the Web Driving Us Mad? (
32 Innovations That Will Change Your Tomorrow (
Paul Krugman, European celebrity (
Paul Krugman: 'I'm sick of being Cassandra. I'd like to win for once' (
Apple Removes Green Electronics Certification From Products (

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