September 21, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for reading around the Web.
The New America Foundation | Could a little bit of inflation be just what the doctor ordered for America's massive debt overhang? Christopher Hayes argues so in a paper presented at a New America Foundation conference.
Wall Street Journal | The appeal of jobs in finance has withered along with the sector's dominance in the economy, argues Lisa Bannon.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis | Gary Stern, outgoing president of the Minneapolis Fed, has a fascinating conversation with former Fed Chair Paul Volcker. Among other arguments, Volcker makes the case against banks having trading operations.
September 21, 2009; 10:11 AM ET
Categories: Neil Irwin's Must Reads
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