Monday, July 6, 2009

Five things I read today -- July 6

1. NY Times: Paul Krugman supports HELP.
2. Heritage: Medicare costs are higher, not lower. Krugman calls it suspect. Mankiw: maybe not. Is another public spat in the offing?
3. Economic Principals: The Perpendicular, an interesting story about econo-blogging.
4. Economists Do It With Models: The Ten Commandments of Microeconomics. A bit nerdy, but cool.
5. New Research: When Homeowners Walk Away (Press release; academic paper). "26 percent of existing defaults are strategic."

Enjoy the links!

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