Occasional musings about academia, research, travel, arts, and, most importantly, cycling.
I agree. The kind of book review that encourages readership of the book. Plus it appeals to the side of me that always distrusted the rosy view of the economy during the Greenspan years. Eventually I came to believe it was because I didn't understand economics. But of course 2008 proved that perhaps it was economists who didn't quite get it. Thanks for the pointer to what looks like an intriguing read.
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