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What We Read Today 22 April 2013

April 22nd, 2013
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Econintersect: Click Read more >> below graphic to see today's list.


The top of today's reading list has perhaps the best fundamental assessment yet of Rienhart and Rogoff ........ and the last two articles are about Micahel Pettis' arguments for rebalancing in China.

Follow up:

  • Fatal Sensitivity (James Kwak, The Baseline Scenario)  Perhaps the best fundamental assessment yet of Rienhart and Rogoff.
"I can't see why," Hedke said. "I didn't think about that. It really never crossed my mind. I'd probably just say no."

Only in America!

  • Pettis vs. Eslake (Micahel Pettis, Macro Business)  Michael Pettis is a regular contributor to Global Economic Intersection.  See next item above for more.








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