Monday, August 27, 2012

Evan Soltas — The Great Depression in Graphs

The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank's FRED database has uploaded a "macrohistory" collection from the National Bureau of Economic Research. For anyone interested in data like me, this is a treasure trove of time series on prices, employment, and other macroeconomic data from the 1800s through the Depression you've likely never seen before.
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The Great Depression in Graphs
Evan Soltas


Anonymous said...

More like a "masochistory" ... I'm here all week :)


More seriously, came across this today ... If anyone believed in the supply creates its own demand bull****, see the following example of just what lengths firms go to in order to identify demand:


Tom Hickey said...

Thanks, Apj, promoted to a post.