Thursday assorted links

1. Credit conditions really did matter for the housing bubble.

2. “The seller conceals the drugs in a quiet but public place; the buyer receives GPS coordinates and a photograph of the location.

3. Who should get the Nobel Prize in economics? Submit your queries and proposals to EJW on this question.

4. Arnold Kling on Cowen and Krugman.  And Arnold on why things get expensive.

5. Is China buying Taiwan? (NYT)

6. Will Georgia Tech open up brick and mortar locations for on-line education programs?


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