Edward Harrison here. Yves is away so I am doing the links today. I’m trying to make it a good mix of economic and non-economy stuff, so I hope NC readers appreciate that. I especially liked the psychology links because of what they signify about the way to make economic and political arguments. Enjoy.
Jeremy Grantham has ‘already started to sell’ Credit Writedowns
Is there a zero bound? The “mysterious” world of negative nominal interest rates New Economic Perspectives
Moody’s didn’t get the memo re: China FT Alphaville
Let the Games Begin: Bowles-Stimson, Defense, and the Way Forward Capital Gains and Games
New Rules for Hot Money Nouriel Roubini
Moral heuristics, public policy, and self-defeating tribalism and Tragedy of the technocrats Steve Randy Waldman
Where the Bubbles Are Jesse Eisinger
Removing Your Personal Information From Google Search Engine Land
Capital controls won’t stop inflows beyondbrics
A golden opportunity for monetary reform Robert Skidelsky, FT
Here are three I missed at first but wanted you to see. Thanks, Richard.
Tomgram: Juan Cole, The Asian Century? Juan Cole
Vikram Pandit Has No Clothes Simon Johnson