8 Best Articles on Macroeconomics
The most useful articles on macroeconomics from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Macroeconomics Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on macroeconomics by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Keynes was wrong. Gen Z will have it worse.
- Macroeconomic Changes Have Made It Impossible for Me to Want to Pay You
- Macroeconomics is still in its infancy
- Unlearning the macroeconomic lessons of the 2010s
- The Four Basic Truths of Macroeconomics
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Macroeconomic Changes Have Made It Impossible for Me to Want to Pay You
“Google announced plans to lay off 12,000 people from its workforce Friday, while Microsoft said Wednesday that it’s letting go of 10,000 employees...
Dynamic disequilibrium with randomness
A key objective of modern macroeconomics is to understand, characterise, and provide policy guidance for economic crises. Nevertheless, the standard dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models…
Did macroeconomics fail us on inflation?
No. But maybe we failed it.
The Four Basic Truths of Macroeconomics
Bloomberg connects decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. Read this story on Bloomberg.
Hume, hockey sticks, and The Great Forgetting
In the 21st century, macroeconomics is entering a new Dark Ages. We seem to be forgetting much of what we learned in the last half of the 20th century. That judgment may be harsh, but if I’m wrong…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on macroeconomics.
Unlearning the macroeconomic lessons of the 2010s
Well, some of them, anyway.
Macroeconomics is still in its infancy
A lot of ideas; not a lot of conclusions.
Keynes was wrong. Gen Z will have it worse.
The founder of macroeconomics predicted that capitalism would last for approximately 450 years. That’s the length of time between 1580, when Queen Elizabeth invested Spanish gold stolen by Francis…
We monitor hundreds of publications, blogs, newsletters, and news sources in Macroeconomics, including:
Noah Smith 🐇🇺🇦
Writes about economics, tweets about rabbits. Subscribe to my Substack: http://noahpinion.substack.com Email: email@example.com
The official twitter feed of McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, & McSweeney's Books. Publisher of @illustoria and @believermag.
The World’s Opinion Page, featuring exclusive commentaries by scholars, policymakers, practitioners, and civic activists.
Economics for every life. Home of EconLog, EconTalk, the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, and much more.
MIT Technology Review
Our in-depth reporting on innovation reveals and explains what’s really happening now to help you know what’s coming next. http://technologyreview.com/newsletters
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