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Tag Archives: Greg Mankiw
A recent paper from Christy Romer (via Greg Mankiw).
I agree with most of Greg Mankiw’s NYTimes piece on long-term debt to GDP but can’t overlook a glaring omission – he seems to ignore the fact that we are currently experiencing a major economic catastrophe. Here’s how Mankiw concludes: Military … Continue reading