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A "New Economy"?

Guest lecturing for Barry Eichengreen on May 3, for his class Economics 115: The World Economy in the Twentieth Century

The assigned lecture topic and readings are:

Nicholas Crafts (2002),"The Solow Productivity Paradox in Historical Perspective," CEPR Discussion Paper no. 3142 (January)
Menzie D. Chinn (2005), "Getting Serious About the Twin Deficits," Council Special Report Number 10, New York: Council on Foreign Relations (September)

I may want to add one or two more...

Now it's in Hearst Annex A1. What is Hearst Annex A1? Anything called "annex:" is automatically suspect...