Bush still shows blind eye for financial crisis

November 10, 2010

Anyone who opens his new memoir, "Decision Points," intent on unearthing Bush's heretofore buried financial insights will be disappointed.

Economics for politicians

By Edward Hadas
December 7, 2009

Politicians can learn from professional economists' weaknesses. The first rule of political economics is that consensus views should not be accepted blindly. It's good to consider minority views.