Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Wyplosz Sees G-20 Agreeing to Add More Money to IMF

Shiller Says U.S. Housing Prices Back to Pre-Bubble Levels

Phelps Says U.S. Needs Banks Dedicated to Businesses

Shiller Says Failure of GM Would Shock Confidence
Robert Shiller, chief economist at MacroMarkets LLC and an economics professor at Yale University, and George Akerlof, economist at the University of California, talk with Bloomberg's Tom Keene about their book, ``Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives The Economy, and Why It Matters For Global Capitalism.''

Nobel Winners Lucas, Prescott Discuss Financial Crisis, Theory
(very highly recommended)

Eichengreen Sees Treasury `Overpaying' For Toxic Assets

OECD economist David Turner assesses the stimulus measures being taken by governments to kick-starts their economies.

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