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Public Debt and Economic Growth: There Is No ‘Tipping Point’

by Markus Eberhardt and Andrea F. Presbitero, Voxeu.org Published at Voxeu.org 17 November 2013 The idea that there is a common tipping point in the relationship between public debt and economic growth is still widespread. However, this is likely due … Continue reading

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Reinhart. Rogoff. Wrong.

by Dirk Ehnts, Econoblog101 This is a major scandal of economists finding a result which does not hold under closer scrutiny. Back in 2010, which is just the year that European austerity policies were put into place, the authors published … Continue reading

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Existing Home Sales Drop In July 2010 – What Should We Think?

Existing home sales collapsed in July following the end of Federal tax credit programs. Continue reading

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