by Don Boudreaux on December 15, 2011
in Great Depression, Growth, Innovation, State of Macro
Here’s Scott Sumner on Joe Stiglitz’s strange argument that the prime culprit in sparking the Great Depression was rising farm productivity. And Nick Rowe on the same. And Ryan Avent. (HT Arnold Kling)
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