October 12, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for reading around the Web.
MIT News | What is next for the U.S. economy--and the economics profession more generally? Robert Solow, one of the great economists of his generation, shares his views.
Vanity Fair | Andrew Ross Sorkin's new book on the near-collapse of the financial system last fall sheds light on how key players in Washington and on Wall Street interacted to avoid, barely, a calamity. An excerpt appears here.
The New Yorker | An inside view of the Obama administration's economic team, with a particular focus on the (often-exhausted) Larry Summers.
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