- Over at the NYT Economix blog: laying out a policy response to weakness in the jobs market and explaining that the CBO report’s real message wasn’t about health reform.
- Reflecting on some interesting inequality discussions from the broadsheets.
- Looking at recent volatility in stock and emerging markets: how worrisome is it, really?
- Describing my main takeaway from the CBO update: the absence of full employment and the persistence of large output gaps is projected to take a toll on our fiscal health.
- Correcting Paul Ryan’s misguided claim that the ACA is a “poverty trap.”
- Congratulating CVS on their decision to stop selling cigarettes and imagining a world where other sellers follow suit.
- On the January employment numbers: previewing the data on Jobs Day Eve, highlighting my first impressions of a lackluster report, and showing that what little real wage gains we’ve seen are the result of dis-inflation.
- Adding to an interesting discussion from Bin Appelbaum on the impact of recent developments in the health care sector on the macro economy.
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