What We Read Today 10 April 2013

April 10th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list has Martin Wolf discussing Margaret Thatcher's legacy ........ and the last article asks if the recovery is dying.

Follow up:

  • Thatcher: the great reformer (Martin Wolf, Financial Times)  Even this complimentary obituary concludes with a lament:  "Today, alas, the post-Thatcher renaissance looks as much illusion as reality."
  • Beware of Economics Peddling Elegant Models (Mark Buchanan, Bloomberg)  Interesting article but would have been better if it mentioned specifically the effect of underwriting discipline on the performance of credit.
  • Is the recovery dying? (James D. Hamilton, Econbrowser)  James D. Hamilton is a Global Economic Intersection contributor.

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