Still, there is a general rule: when Scott Sumner says you are wrong, you are wrong - Tyler Cowen.
Scott Sumner has a FAQ where he briefly explains his views on monetary policy. He also made a post with links to important posts and articles with his views on a wide range of topics.
Krugman vs. Hamilton/Cole/Ohanian on FDR’s high wage policy
Do you “believe” in rational expectations? (important)
The Great Danes
A short course in monetary theory
Richard Rorty and the efficient markets debate
Why I don’t like IS-LM (reply to DeLong)
Spot the flaw in nominal index futures targeting
Anything IS-LM can do, Fisher did better
The silly multiplier “debate"
Does macro need a paradigm shift?
The autistic macroeconomist
My views on money/macro
Seeing the world in a different way (one year later)
Worth 1000 words.
Income: A meaningless, misleading, and pernicious concept
Income and wealth inequality data: Nonsense on stilts
Why I don’t believe in liquidity traps
Why Japan’s QE didn’t “work”
Fannie, Freddie, and the three “crises”
Are there any non-QTM explanations of the price level?
“You want more NGDP? Well why didn’t you say so!” (What Krugman doesn’t get about Barro/Fama/Cochrane)
When legend becomes fact, print the legend
The mystery of mini-recessions: The dog that didn’t bark