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- Fairness in Public-utility Regulation: A Theory (PDF, 286KB) – Darryl Biggar doi
- Formulating Policy Responses to Global Warming in the Face of Uncertainty (PDF, 192KB) – Harry Clarke doi
- A New Mind-set for Exchange Rates (PDF, 126KB) – Stephen Grenville doi
- Reflections on ‘A Tax System for New Zealand’s Future’ (PDF, 147KB) – John Creedy doi
Symposium: Krugman on economics in the light of the crisis
- How US Economists Got It So Wrong (PDF, 119KB) – Ross Mcleod doi
- Froth and Bubble: The Inconsistency of Paul Krugman’s Macroeconomic Analysis (PDF, 112KB) – Don Harding and Jan Libich doi
- Beyond Krugman to Behavioural Keynes (PDF, 107KB) – Ian M. Mcdonald doi
- Krugman on the Malaise of Modern Macro: Critique Without Alternative (PDF, 110KB) – Keith Rankin doi
- What Keynes Missed and Krugman is Missing: The Short/Long Choice (PDF, 150KB) – David Vines doi
- Beauty ≠ Truth? Thoughts on Krugman’s ‘How did economists get it so wrong?’ (PDF, 107KB) – John Quiggin doi
- Yegor Gaidar: Pragmatic Economist or Romantic Revolutionary? (PDF, 139KB) – Gennadi Kazakevitch doi
- Peter Groenewegen, Educating for Business, Public Service and the Social Sciences: A History of Economics at the University of Sydney 1920–1999, and Balanced Growth: A History of the Department of Economics, the University of Melbourne by Ross Williams (ed.) (PDF, 120KB) – Reviewed by Selwyn Cornish
- John H. Wood, A History of Central Banking in Great Britain and the United States (Cambridge University Press, 2009) (PDF, 113KB) – Reviewed by Selwyn Cornish
- Philippe Legrain, Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them (Little Brown Book Group, 2006) (PDF, 93KB) – Reviewed by Mathew Pollock