Here - it's free access too! I wrote this up quite quickly. I like it because I was able to make a couple points I did not make in the RAE article. I do wish I took more time to discuss the details of Romer's analysis - something I realized would have been valuable after the RAE article. But there was a deadline for the special issue so I really had to get down a brief note rather than a full article. I ain't done with 1920-1921 yet, so hopefully I'll discuss it in more detail in the future.
This is the issue - it's a special issue on austerity. I haven't read any of the articles yet, but they're all free too. Some names you might recognize among the authors are James Galbraith, Robert Pollin (of Political Economy Research Institute), and Stephen Kinsella (a guy Krugman cites a lot when discussing Ireland).
Siri's strange predilection for "it's"
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