From the archives of this blog, two posts examining the aftermath of the 2008 meltdown:
1. Are spending and giving moral obligations of being gainfully employed? (January 2009) — If you’re fortunate to have a decent job, hoarding all your money may not be the right thing to do.
2. Labor Day Wish: A Sound, Stable Economy (September 2009) — About boom-and-bust economic cycles, insights courtesy of John Kenneth Galbraith.
[Editor’s Note: In addition to maintaining a list of articles that have remained very popular on this blog — see the Popular and Notable Posts page — every month or so I’m recycling relevant posts from more than a year ago. Hopefully they will be of interest to newer readers.]