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What We Read Today 06 May 2013

May 6th, 2013
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Econintersect: Click Read more >> below graphic to see today's list.


The top of today's reading list is about preventing the next financial catastrophe........ and the last two articles discuss the problems created when causality is not proven  but assumed in economic systems.

Follow up:

  • Speed Kills (George Packer, The New Yorker)  Deadly combo:  High frequency trading and Twitter.

The two articles above summarize the flagrant violations of scientific principles in the now infamous work of Rogoff and Reinhart.  There is a Part 3 coming which we will link in a future reading list or post as a guest article.









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