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Noteworthy News – January 14, 2013


Our Economic Pickle - New York Times

Eurozone unemployment hits new high - Guardian

One-child policy: China’s army of little emperors: The one-child policy has fundamentally changed the psychology of a generation – The Independent

Why Economists Failed to Predict the Financial Crisis – Knowledge@Wharton

Has the ideas machine broken down? – Economist

Yes, Money Does Buy Happiness: 6 Lessons from the Newest Research on Income and Well-Being - Atlantic


The one chart about oil’s future everyone should see – Christian Science Monitor

What is Holding Back Natural Gas as the Transportation Fuel of the Future? - Economonitor


The End of Britain – Moneyweek

Treasury, Fed kill idea of $1 trillion platinum coins to avert debt crisis – Reuters

Japan PM says Bank of Japan must set 2 percent medium-term inflation goal - Reuters


Wads of Cash Squeeze Bank Margins – Wall Street Journal

Why No Glass-Steagall II? - Project Syndicate

What’s Inside America’s Banks? - Atlantic

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