Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tuesday summary: Economists debate the euro; Domitrovic skewers Romer; Rep. Ryan responds to supply-side critics.

From The WSJ, Barry Eichengreen, Martin Feldstein, Pedro Solbes and Steve Hanke debate the future of the euro.

At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic skewers Christina Romer’s reliance on the Phillips Curve in her recent NYT column on inflation.

On The Kudlow Report, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) responds to supply-side critics who say the deficits can be solved by a return to normal long-term economic growth rates:

At Forbes, Charles Kadlec disputes the claim that spending cuts will slow the economy.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn critiques New Keynesian economics.

At The Daily Show, Rand Paul shows the weakness of an austerity argument that excludes growth:

On RCM, John Tamny argues for corporate tax reform by shifting to a flat tax on gross receipts.

From Alhambra Investments, Joe Calhoun continues to be skeptical about the economy.

In The Freeman, Warren Gibson analyzes gold’s role as money.

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