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Monday, September 12, 2005

This Week's Carnival Of The Capitalists

This week's COTC is up at Crossroads Dispatches. There are a lot of interesting posts in a wide varitety of areas. However, here are my picks:
Brian Gongol at Gongol.com uses Hurrincane Katrina to examine cost-benefit analysis' evaluation methods. It points out some of the differences between expected-value and minimaz analyses.

James Hamilton at Econbrowser assesses the economic damage from Katrina in calm after the storm.

Kim Snider at Kimmunications suggests five personal finance lessons the average person should learn from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Read the comments, too.

Anita Campbell at Facteon explains why small businesses often run out of cash in "Cash Flow is the Only Game."

The Real Returns looks at the correlation between inflation and home prices.

As always, look around. Your tastes are probably different from mine.

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