reinhart rogoff austerity research errors
Weber warned that Europe’s tepid recovery -- the region's economy is projected to grow just 1 percent this year -- is “lackluster
This article discusses a simmering feud among five of the most prominent economists in the world (two of them Nobel Laureates).
In the latest episode of the economic theory that refuses to die, the Bank for International Settlements, which is basically
Having a public spat with your colleagues and former classmates over the best way to fix the global economy can be “very
He also ignores that further research has debunked Reinhart and Rogoff utterly, revealing that their biggest mistake was
In a post at Quartz, University of Michigan economics professor Miles Kimball and University of Michigan undergraduate student Yichuan Wang write that they have crunched Reinhart and Rogoff's data and found "not even a shred of evidence" that high debt levels lead to slower economic growth.
The Harvard economists have argued that mistakes and omissions in their influential research on debt and economic growth
The story of the Reinhart-Rogoff error tells us a great deal about how the elites use economists and the prestige of the economics profession in order to impose their will on the public.
In fact, In his 1919 book "The Economic Consequences Of The Peace," Keynes proposed writing off Germany's debt after World
The research discrediting the Reinhart-Rogoff study is upending the economic policy discussion everywhere. Everywhere, apparently, except for HBO's new series Vice.