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Analysis Tuesday, 13 August, 2002, 11:19 GMT 12:19 UK
Further reading and internet links
For more information on the economic situation and the issues covered in Analysis: Follow the leader? see the following:

Further reading

Robert J. Shiller, Irrational Exuberance, Chichester (Princeton University Press), 2000.

Article on Shiller's investment strategy entitled "Prescient Professor Is Gloomy Over Stocks" in The Wall Street Journal on 29 July, 2002 (section M1).

Peter Warburton, Debt and Delusion, London (The Penguin Press), 1999. Penguin Paperback edition 2000.

Robert Brenner, The Boom and the Bubble: The US in the World Economy, London (Verso), 2002.

Nicholas Crafts, Britain's Relative Economic Performance, 1870-1999, London (IEA), 2002; and Economic Growth in Europe since 1945, Cambridge (Cambridge University Press), 1996.

Paul Krugman, Peddling Prosperity, London (W.W. Norton), 1995; The Accidental Theorist, London (Penguin Books), 1999; and The Return of Depression Economics, London (Penguin Books), 2000.

Diane Coyle was the programme's presenter. Her books include: Paradoxes of Prosperity, London (Texere), 2001, Governing the World Economy (2000) and The Weightless World (1998). Her latest book, entitled Sex, Drugs and Economics, will be published in the autumn.

Useful internet links

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Bill Martin, Chief Economist, UBS Global Asset Management in London. One of the links to his work on the US economy may be found here:

Danny Quah, Professor of Economics at the LSE. He recently delivered the Sir Richard Stone Lectures on Growth & Distribution which will be published in due course. He has also undertaken major research on intellectual assets and property as part of his work on the New Economy.

Paul Krugman, a former professor at MIT and Stanford University in California, he is now at Princeton University. He also contributes regularly to The New York Times. This is his most recent piece:

Mark Cliffe, Global Head of Economics & Strategy, ING Markets in London.


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