Sraffa's archival material is a gift to the science of economics. Scott Carter has been working in the Sraffa archives for a while, and this is an update about his efforts (among others) in getting the Sraffa archives published digitally.
The History of Economic Thought Website, I'm excited to say this has been brought back from the dead. The website's author has returned, so this is the official version.
The State of Macro Is Sad (Wonkish); Paul Krugman manifesting what looks like cognitive dissonance about the state of Macroeconomics.
How to Think about Own Rates of Interest, Version 2.0. When Hayek wrote Prices and Production, Sraffa wrote a scathing review about it. In the review, Sraffa used the concept of "own rates of interest" in a unique manner. Unfortunately it seems that Keynes had a very similar but distinct notion of "own rates of interest" in chapter 17 of his General Theory. I've recently become curious about the subject, so this blog-post has piqued my interest (even though I vehemently disagree with just about everything the author has written).