YUEI: Bright Spots
Wednesday, February 04, 2009
The Uncommon Economic Indicators project continues with a look at some of the "Bright Spots" you've reported on. Tyler Cowen, economics professor at George Mason University and blogger at Marginal Revolution, discusses what does well during a downturn. Then, Jane Kennedy, director of the Maplewood Public Library in New Jersey, talks about how library traffic is booming. And, Colin Young, who owns a ski house that he rents in upstate, on how his rentals are up as more people choose to ski closer to home.