CEPR in the Blogs: July - Sept 2007

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CEPR in the Blogs (Archive)

July - September 2007  


Condé Nast Portfolio: The Oil Price Denomination Fallacy
September 24, 2007 (Dean Baker)

How the World Works (Salon.com): Rate Cut Delirium Battles Housing Starts Unhappiness
September 19, 2007 (Dean Baker)

Condé Nast Portfolio: Greenspan: Book Release Day Arrives
September 17, 2007 (Dean Baker)

How the World Works (Salon.com): Invasion Greenspan
September 17, 2007 (Dean Baker)

The Huffington Post: A Peaceful Revolution: The Last Summer (Without a Vacation)
September 13, 2007

Real Time Economics (WSJ): Secondary Sources: Labor, Fed Recession
September 12, 2007 (Dean Baker)

The Guardian Unlimited: Be Careful What You Wish For 
September 12, 2007 (Dean Baker)

Sirotablog: Claim vs. Fact: Why Do Colorado Cons Insist On Lying About Unions?
September 6, 2007

The Huffington Post: Capital Day 2007: Time for a Name Change:
September 2, 2007

Greg Mankiw's Blog: The Baker Samwick Proposal
August 31, 2007 (Dean Baker)

AFL-CIO NOW Blog: On the Eve of Labor Day
August 31, 2007 (Dean Baker)

The Huffington Post: A Sad Benchmark
August 29, 2007

Condé Nast Portfolio: Do We Need to Bailout Homeowners?
August 28, 2007 (Dean Baker)

AFL-CIO NOW Blog: Union Membership Means Mobility for Low- Wage Workers
August 27, 2007 (John Schmitt)

Real Time Economics (WSJ): Economists React: Inflation Isn't the Beast
August 15, 2007

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