Economics on the web (17.10.09)

●  Philip Booth advocates a more rational and limited framework of financial regulation


●  Robert Carling examines the frightening implications of the record US budget deficit (pdf)


●  Tim Congdon discusses the Bank of England’s policy on interest rates and QE on CNBC (video)


●  JP Floru argues it’s time to privatise the Royal Mail


●  Charles K. Rowley warns of Obama’s “long march” to the social market economy


●  The 2009 Nobel Prize for Economics is analysed by Paul Aligica, Peter Boettke, Don Boudreaux and David R. Henderson

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