Sunday, September 19, 2010

Weekend items.

At The WSJ, Andrew Bratson worries a rising yuan could derail China’s progress.

Larry Kudlow sees rising gold signaling inflation.

At The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore debates tax cuts.

At New World Economics, Nathan Lewis examines the service economy.

Economist blogger Will Wilkinson suggests claims of rising inequality are exaggerated.

At The Washington Post, Neil Irwin
advocates a dose of inflation to improve the economy.

From August, Steve Forbes
speaks on tax reform.

George Will
discusses Fidel Castro’s recent comments on the Cuban economic model's failure.

From 2000, Jude Wanniski
analyzes how to help Cuba transition to a market economy.

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