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Tag Archives: David Backus
In “The Euro: Bad Idea, Poorly Executed, Hard to Fix,” a Huffington Post op-ed, NYU Stern Economics Professors David Backus and Kim Schoenholtz explain the most troublesome features of the Euro. Excerpt from the Huffington Post: When the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the 2012 Peace … Continue reading