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Benjamin K. Sovacool

To put a serious accident in context, if 10 million people were exposed to radiation from a complete nuclear meltdown, about 100,000 would die from acute radiation sickness within six weeks.

J. Bradford DeLong

Right now, the global economy is suffering a grand mal seizure of slack demand and high unemployment. We know the cures. Yet we seem determined to inflict further suffering on the patient.

Raghuram Rajan

If the Fed wants to restore incentives for risk takers and savers, it should offset the effects of staying “low for long” in bad times by increasing interest rates more rapidly than is strictly necessary as the economy recovers.

Brigitte Granville

Simply put, in order to anchor inflation expectations effectively, inflation targets must be realistic.

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