Sunday, March 20, 2011

Weekend round up: Lewis on debt and growth; Brenner on macroeconomics; Goldman analyzes the economy.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains that getting the debt under control requires stronger economic growth.

In The Washington Examiner, Lewis Lehrman and John Mueller advocate monetary reform.

At Forbes, Reuven Brenner inveighs against macroeconomists’ faulty understanding of history.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman analyzes the economy’s condition:

At Forbes, Bill Flax ties Japan’s recovery prospects versus Haiti’s with their respective economic policies.

At The WSJ, Kim Strassel reports Senate Democrats’ plan to blame speculators and energy companies for oil prices.

In its weekly address, Republicans focus on growth and employment.

In The Journal, hedge fund manager Paul Singer sees monetary policy as a major threat.

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