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Coding Errors and Challenging Assumptions: Why the Debate over Reinhart-Rogoff Matters



Last week, the economics blogosphere was ablaze with commentary on an economics paper from 2010 called “Growth in the Time Debt.” The paper was by Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, both of Harvard, and has come to be known as just “Reinhart-Rogoff.” What’s so big about a three-year-old…

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Fed Conference in Hotlanta: Part 2 – Sweating the Details on Regulatory Efficiency



Continuing my previous thoughts on last week’s Atlanta Federal Reserve Financial Markets Conference, I thought I’d cover another of the conference’s big themes: the efficiency of the regulatory system. Two things matter to a well-functioning regulatory system: the complexity in the regulation…

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