Daily Archives: October 30, 2009

From the FT:
Why the renminbi has to rise to address imbalances – Martin Feldstein
Close the funding gap for smaller businesses – Nigel Rudd
King’s proposal provides stability in banking sector – Nigel Collin
Goodbye to the pre-crisis trend line – Samuel Brittan

From elsewhere:
Selling stocks short: Ever controversial – Gerald P. Dwyer, Federal Reserve of Atlanta
Swiss Banking Is Finished – Joe Weisenthal, BusinessInsider
Can We Fix Too Big to Fail Without Shrinkage? – Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
What’s so bad about inflation? – David Blanchflower New Statesman
Sustainable Growth? – Tim Duy’s Fed Watch, Economist’s View
Design and effectiveness of fiscal-stimulus programmes – Robert Barro and Charles Redlick, VOXEU
Scientist Monkeys Around With The Economy – NPR audio on primate economics