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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Radio Economics: The Economic Impact of Katrina

Here's the blurb from the Radio Economics site:

Barry Ritholtz and Dr. Mark Thoma discuss the economic impact of Katrina. Topics discussed include the expected impact on inflation, interest rates, unemployment, Bush's tax cuts, the budget deficit and national debt, and whether the Fed will monetize the debt.

Barry, as always, is entertaining and insightful and it was fun to do this with him.  As for me, well...  Website (click on title for interview), MP3 file with interview.

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