Economic History Roundup
Kirsten Salyer writes about consumer culture for Bloomberg View and is the site's engagement editor. She has also written for Condé Nast Traveler, Texas Monthly and Houston Community Newspapers. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and international studies from Northwestern University.
- Vox on lessons from when the U.K. escaped a liquidity trap in the 1930s
- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on the role of education as insurance against a bad marriage
- The Economic Times on the evolution of Indian business communities
- Project Syndicate on the reliability of economic analysis
- Free Exchange on the not-so-glorious euro era
- The Atlantic on how U.S. colleges are becoming a force for inequality
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