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Paul Krugman said much the same thing today:

"The real-time conversation about economics that blogging makes possible has been deeply revealing, as we see that famous economists have a remarkably hard time thinking straight about what should be simple issues..."

http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/27/shallow-be-thy-name/

@Backhand:
Krugman is probably the most famous economist now ...

The New York Times editorial staff is the perfect example of this.

Thanks for letting me know about other good stuff!

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