April 22, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for readings around the Web.
Haaretz.com | An exceptionally lucid explanation of how economic models led the world astray--and why there might not be much we can do to prevent the same mistakes in the future, from Daniel Kahneman.
New York Times | David Leonhardt reads the tea leaves--or home auction results--and concludes that housing prices have further to fall.
Harvard Business School | Paper explores the economics of why complex securities known as structured products have melted down so spectacularly. (PDF)
April 22, 2009; 1:10 PM ET
Categories: Neil Irwin's Must Reads
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