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The top of today’s reading list has Martin Wolf explaining why bankers are intellectually naked …….. and the last two articles are about the bias of economists.
- Why bankers are intellectually naked (Martin Wolf, Financial Times) A definitive explanation of the industry’s economics warns the causes of the financial crisis have not gone away and will return.
- Sequestration Slashes Scholarships for Children of Iraq and Afghanistan War Casualties and Military Members (Sarah Parnass, ABC News)
- Chinese factories struggle to keep staff (Rahul Jacob, Financial Times) China is encountering a shrinking labor force as a result of the one child policy.
- 10 scenic spring drives (MSN) The editor needs to get in his car – hasn’t done four of these.
- A U.S. Housing Recovery Like Never Before? (Alex Carrick, Reed Construction Data)
- Debt-Friendly Stimulus (Robert Shiller, Project Syndicate)
- Google Launches Notes Service, Google Keep – Lookout Apple, Evernote? (Danny Sullivan, Marketing Land) Hat tip to Alun Hill.
- Rich nations should let inflation rise -World Bank economist (Reuters, 19 March 2013)
- A Profession With an Egalitarian Core (Tyler Cowen, The New York Times) See next article as well.
- Finally, Economists Acknowledge That They’re Biased (Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, Forbes) Discussion of previous article.