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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Rodrik v. Stiglitz

Dani Rodrik discriminates himself from Nobel Laureate (and, nowadays, an anti-globalization poster boy) Joseph Stiglitz. Give and take, I am broadly in agreement with Rodrik on all four points of contention, i.e., on the global economic system, the role of international organizations, the substance of development policies, and on macroeconomic policy.

An aside, Rodrik's new book, One Economics, Many Recipes is out. I've just ordered my copy, so can't say very much about it (but, hopefully, will do so before the end of winter break). In the meantime, here is a transcription of the Crooked Timber seminar on the book.

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