Showing posts with the label Academic Articles

Journal graphics in a bygone era - Barokong

To illustrate MV = PY. (It was MV=PT then.)  In  Irving Fisher, "The Equation of Exchange 1896-1910," The Ame…

Lessons of the ELB - Barokong

I gave a short presentation on monetary policy at the Nobel Symposium run by the Swedish House of Finance. It was an am…

Lottery Winners Don't Get Healthier - Barokong

Alex Tabarrok at Marginal Revolution had a great post last week, Lottery Winners Don't get Healthier (also enjoy th…

Syverson on the productivity slowdown - Barokong

Chad Syverson has an interesting new paper on the sources of the productivity slowdown. Background to wake you up: Long…

NYT on zoning - Barokong

Conor Dougherty in The New York Times has a good article on zoning laws, a growing body of economic literature suggests…

How to step on a rake - Barokong

How to step on a rake is a little note on how to solve Chris Sims' stepping on a rake paper. This is mostly of inte…

A Look in the Mirror - Barokong

Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok have written a splendid article, "A Skeptical View of the National Science Foundatio…

A world without cash - Barokong

Max Raskin and David Yermack have a nice WSJ OpEd last week, "Preparing for a world without cash." The oped s…