Saturday, November 3, 2007

Econ Blog of the Day

John Barrdear

Some of his posts;

The Marginal Product of Capital

Caselli and Feyrer’s results also make me wonder about the East Asian NICs. What attracted the flood of foreign capital if not their higher MPKs? Remember that their TFPs were not growing any faster than those of the West. Their human capital stocks were certainly rising, but - IIRC - no where near as quickly as their capital stocks were growing.

[here's a link to the data in the paper]

Post Walrasian Macroeconomics

On mathematics (and modelling) in economics

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