Category Archives: John H. Cochrane

Week 30, 2013, further reading


Fox News Host Attacks Muslim Scholar Who Wrote About Jesus ———————————————————— When is the time for austerity? by Alan Taylor, Vox ———————————————————— Gimme That Old-Time Macroeconomics by Paul Krugman, NYT ———————————————————— Euro Crisis is Just Beginning, Global Collapse is Coming ———————————————————— Are … Continue reading

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John H. Cochrane: The Grumpy Economist


  Last week I saw Johannes Wieland’s paper “Are negative supply shocks expansionary at the zero lower bound?”  A side benefit of the job market season is that we see interesting new papers like this one, and it contributed to … Continue reading

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John H. Cochrane: The Grumpy Economist


… Is finance too big? Here’s a draft essay on the subject. There is a pdf on my webpage, and updates, revisions and a final version will end up there.This came about as a “response essay” to Robin Greenwood and … Continue reading

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