Solow on rational macroeconomics

I have complimented Robert Solow before on this blog (as if he needs my praise) but I think it's time to link again - via Mark Thoma - to a speech he wrote in 2003. This says, concisely and persuasively, most of what the macroeconomic doubters have been talking about for the last few months. And six years ahead. Impressive.


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