Larry Summers has built an impressive resume as one of the world's most prominent economists. He has been a professor at Harvard, the Chief Economist at the World Bank, Deputy Secretary for International Affairs of the United States Department of the Treasury, and, from 2001 to 2006, president of Harvard University. Since 2010, he has also written extensively about domestic economic policy for news outlets such as the Financial Times, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. For readers who enjoy a pro-business, empirically derived economics, Mr. Summers' blog will bring hours of intellectual fulfillment. Whether he is writing about his views on the Fed's secular stagnation, elucidating his differences of opinion with fellow economist, Paul Krugman, or explaining why Ukraine's debt could affect American economic growth, Mr. Summers writes with clarity and erudition.