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 Economic Affairs
 2009

January 5 - Cleaning Up Dayton's Prostitution Might Help the Economy
January 5 - Fight Over Stimulus Gears Up
January 5 - Liberal Thinkers Encourage Spending on Ambitious Projects to Revive Economy
January 5 - Political Economy: Too Many Balls in the Air
January 12 - An Economy in Foreclosure
January 12 - Does the Energy Industry Really Like 'Green Jobs'?
January 12 - Editor's Notebook: Home Remedies
January 12 - Fiscal '09 Deficit of $1.2 Trillion in CBO Estimate
January 12 - Other Plugs for Foreclosure Drain
January 12 - Political Economy: Rifle Shots Ahead
January 12 - Provisions of Stimulus Package
January 12 - The Devil's in the Stimulus Plan Details
January 19 - Blue Dog Coalition Heydays
January 19 - Blue Dogs vs. Red Ink: Softer Lines in the Sand
January 19 - Changing Society, Changing Ideas
January 19 - Democrats Roll Out Stimulus Plan
January 19 - Details of the Stimulus Plan
January 19 - Political Economy: Baby Steps
January 19 - Renegotiating the Social Contract
January 19 - Senate Votes to Release Bailout Funds
January 26 - A Hundred Days -- and No Break?
January 26 - Calls to Ease Bond Limits Renew Old Concerns
January 26 - Geithner Promises Action on Economy
January 26 - House and Senate Tax Proposals Compared
January 26 - House Votes Both to Bar Release of TARP Funds, Restrict Their Use
January 26 - Inventing Obama's New Economy
January 26 - Political Economy: The Price of Mulligans
January 26 - Three House Panels Move Stimulus Bill
February 2 - Bailout Plan for Nonprofit Aid?
February 2 - Editor's Notebook: Generation Next
February 2 - High-Tension Transformation
February 2 - House Democrats Pass Stimulus
February 2 - Labor and Environment: Bolstering Side Protections
February 2 - More Obama Picks Confirmed
February 2 - Political Economy: Fixing a Hole
February 2 - The Trade-Offs in Picking Fuels
February 2 - Trade Winds Blowing, Obama Charts a Course
February 9 - A Glut of Amendments
February 9 - Committees Reach Accord on Trade Program
February 9 - Political Economy: Audacious Efficiency
February 9 - Salary Cap Added to Bailout Terms
February 9 - Senate Scales Back Its Stimulus
February 9 - The Costs and Benefits of Cass Sunstein
February 16 - Congress Clears Stimulus Package
February 16 - Golden Years Lose a Lot of Their Glitter
February 16 - Political Economy: Geithner's Real Message
February 23 - 2008 Stimulus: Money in People's Pockets
February 23 - Federal Reserve: Opening the Flood Gates
February 23 - Sorting Out The Bailouts
February 23 - Stimulus 2009: An $800 Billion Bet
February 23 - TARP Phase One: Throwing Money at Banks
February 23 - TARP Phase Two: Whatever Might Work
February 23 - The Monthly Planet: Hard Times on the Grand Tour
March 2 - Already, Some Fire From the Left Flank
March 2 - Big Plans, Big Costs, Big Deficits
March 2 - Dealers Scrap Over Heavy Metal
March 2 - Early Hope for a 'Grand Bargain'
March 2 - No Rosy Predictions
March 2 - Political Economy: Straight Talk
March 9 - Democrats Lean Heavily on Big Freshman Class
March 9 - Mortgage Relief Package Sent to Senate
March 9 - Political Economy: Bread and Circuses
March 9 - Spy Masters: It's the Economy, Intelligence
March 16 - Political Economy: A Glass-Steagall Half Empty
March 16 - Trying to Put 'Popular' Back in Populism
March 23 - Bonuses Start Legislative Frenzy
March 23 - Changing Standards Of 'Poor'
March 23 - Political Economy: Mob Rule
March 23 - Where the Poverty Line Makes a Difference
March 30 - Editor's Notebook: Turn of the Century
March 30 - European Crisis Renews Relevance
March 30 - Geithner Outlines Regulatory Overhaul
March 30 - Political Economy: Geithner's Good Week
April 6 - A Second Opinion
April 6 - Lawmakers Divided Over Obama's Conditions on Aid to GM, Chrysler
April 6 - Political Economy: Cash on Delivery
April 6 - The Vice Presidency, According to Biden
April 13 - Crunching Numbers Crushes Taxpayers
April 13 - Political Economy: Estate Planning -- or Not
April 13 - Tax Code Changes: Industry in the Cross Hairs
April 13 - Tax Code Changes: Keep It Simple, Genius
April 13 - Tax Code Changes: Maybe Next Year
April 13 - Tax Code Changes: Wealth Transfer -- Aggressively Progressive?
April 20 - A Financial Blueprint, With Thanks to Hank
April 20 - Political Economy: Crashgate Questions
April 27 - Four Keys to A New Presidency
April 27 - Political Economy: Stressed Out
May 4 - Political Economy: Promises, Promises
May 11 - Political Economy: Green Shoots, Dead Shoots
May 18 - A New Financial Crisis Around the World
May 18 - Political Economy: Debtor Dissonance
May 25 - Editor's Notebook: Hope on a Leash
May 25 - Local Officials Look to 'Strippable' Credits for Aid
May 25 - Obama's Cautious Cheerleading
May 25 - Political Economy: Ending the Free Lunch
June 1 - Immigration: New Faces, Better Odds
June 1 - Political Economy: Currency Cacophony
June 1 - When Recession Trumps Reform
June 8 - Cap-and-Trade Efforts Risk World Trade Backlash
June 8 - Financial Regulations: Running the Risk
June 8 - Political Economy: Driving GM Crazy
June 8 - The Blurry Last Line of Defense
June 8 - The Foreign Aid Crusade: Overdue for a Makeover
June 15 - 'Made in China:' Regulatory Dilemma
June 15 - Car Dealers See Lemon in the Law
June 15 - China's Military Goals As Yet Unknown
June 15 - China: Duet With the Dragon
June 15 - Climate Change's Changing Climate
June 15 - Partners, for Better or for Worse
June 15 - Political Economy: Minimally Disruptive
June 15 - Weak Job Creation Keeps Recovery Prospects Dim
June 22 - Political Economy: Embracing Risk
June 29 - Political Economy: Alphabet Stew
June 29 - Record Industry Takes New Business Model for a Spin
July 6 - A Temperate Take on the Climate Bill
July 6 - Political Economy: Don't Hold Your Breath
July 13 - A Lender of Last Resort -- And Little Report
July 13 - Political Economy: Poll Positions
July 20 - For Salary Czar, Conflict Is a Bonus
July 20 - Political Economy: Blinkered Regulators
July 27 - Political Economy: Same Old Song and Dance
July 27 - Race Gap: Still Hard At Work
August 3 - FHA Steps Up in Crisis, But Can Pace Be Sustained?
August 3 - Political Economy: Logic Prevails
August 10 - Political Economy: Lemons-Aid
August 10 - Reid Tourism Bill to Get Another Chance in Senate
September 7 - Political Economy: Slow Growth Ahead
September 14 - Commercial Real Estate Builds Case for Funding
September 14 - Foreign Policy: In the Business of Change
September 14 - Political Economy: Back From the Brink
September 21 - Political Economy: Freshening an Old Feud
September 21 - Veteran GOP Negotiator Opts Out on Health Care
September 28 - Empty-Handed Before the World on Cap-and-Trade
September 28 - Political Economy: Too Big, Period?
October 5 - Political Economy: False Dichotomy
October 5 - Rural Sophistication
October 5 - Rural? Depends on Whom You Ask
October 5 - The Systemic Risk of Regulating Derivatives
October 12 - Does U.S. Need a New Image to Get in the Game?
October 12 - How Much Can America Pay for Health Care?
October 12 - Political Economy: Now the Hard Part
October 19 - Derivatives Bill Highlights
October 19 - Loose Lips and The Sinking Dollar
October 19 - Political Economy: Dow 10,000 -- So What?
October 26 - A Time for Big Ideas
October 26 - Payroll Erosion: Uncreative Destruction
October 26 - Political Economy: Derivatives Unmasked
November 2 - Federal Borrowing on Borrowed Time
November 2 - Health Care: A Matter of Mandates
November 2 - Insurers Skirt Antitrust Rules
November 2 - One Month Late, Seven Bills to Go
November 2 - Online Gambling Proponents See 'Billions Available'
November 2 - SBA Programs Extended, But Only Through January
November 9 - Evolution of the Cuba Embargo
November 9 - Exporting Democracy in a Suitcase
November 9 - Off to Cuba? Your Money's No Good There
November 9 - Political Economy: No Time for Hawks
November 9 - Taiwan Builds Economic Bridges to the Mainland
November 9 - Unemployment Benefits Extension Cleared by House, Signed by Obama
November 16 - A Populist at Issue With Party Goals
November 16 - Health Care's Taxing Questions
November 16 - Political Economy: Home Fires
November 16 - Steel Loans a Hard Sell
November 23 - Package of Bills Aims to Spur Job Growth Through SBA
November 23 - Political Economy: Hatin' on the Fed
November 23 - The Monthly Planet: Forget That Rainy Day
November 30 - Political Economy: Troubling Misconception
December 7 - Census Is More Than a Head Count
December 7 - Five Questions for Josh Lerner, Author
December 7 - House-Passed Bill Would Strengthen TARP Oversight
December 7 - Numbers Don't Lie, But Do They Mislead?
December 7 - Political Economy: Look at the Index
December 7 - Tax System Gets Rough Around the Margins
December 7 - The Data Catch: Not Enough Information
December 7 - Uncle Sam, by the Numbers
December 14 - Mexican Tariffs Trim the Christmas Tree Trade
December 14 - Political Economy: Avoiding False Choices
December 28 - Debt Takes a Holiday
December 28 - Political Economy: A Thankless Job
December 28 - Securitization's Risks and Rewards
December 28 - Tariffs Spur New Look At Congress' Trade Duties

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