Readings 01/16/09

  • China headed for hard landing (Bloomberg)
  • U.S. gives Bank of America a $138-billion lifeline (Bloomberg)
  • AQR Takes a Leap Into Mutual Funds (WSJ)
  • Did Economics Cause World War Ii? (SSRN/Gordon)
  • Global recession and the U.S. downturn (Morgan Stanley)
  • Caisse board ‘taken in’ by lure of ABCP (G&M)
  • VCs Feeling the Pain of Newly Poor LPs (PE Hub)
  • Gorgeous shots of earth from space (Boston Globe)

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