Bom discurso de Ben Bernanke, presidente do Fed, em Princeton. Útil para quem dá aulas de macroeconomia e finanças e para quem deseja desenvolver críticas consistentes ao estado das artes da teoria macroeconômica:
"In the remainder of my remarks, I will focus on the implications of the crisis for what I have been calling economic science, that is, basic economic research and analysis. I will first provide a few examples of how economic principles and economic research, rather than having misled us, have significantly enhanced our understanding of the crisis and are informing the regulatory response. However, the crisis did reveal some gaps in economists' knowledge that should be remedied. I will discuss some of these gaps and suggest possible directions for future research that could ultimately help us achieve greater financial and macroeconomic stability."
Também recomendo a discussão iniciada pela The Economist, mencionada em post abaixo.