Links: 2009-01-05

A number of the following posts are fairly controversial and I present them not so much because I agree, but rather because the ideas presented or the news is worthy of your attention. I highly recommend the Willem Buiter piece at the end. I will address it in greater detail at a later date.

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A number of the following posts are fairly controversial and I present them not so much because I agree, but rather because the ideas presented or the news is worthy of your attention. I highly recommend the Willem Buiter piece at the end. I will address it in greater detail at a later date.

Regulators probed Madoff eight times over 16 years: report – Reuters

Franken to be declared Senate victor in Minnesota – Reuters

Denmark’s resilient mortgage market: A slice of Danish – Economist

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Re-training America’s workers: The people puzzle – Economist

Jared Diamond: Why Societies Collapse – Barry Ritholtz

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