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Money and BanksInterventionismMonetary Theory
Henry Hazlitt describes "the open conspiracy" among politicians to refuse to address the national debt.
Monetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Monetary and financial stabilization policies turned out to be de-stabilizing.
U.S. HistoryMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Government could never cement its power over a nation's currency, if the people could repudiate the fiat paper and turn to gold for its money.
From April 6, 1959: As inflation increases, apologists emerge to suggest that, after all, inflation may be a very good thing—or, if an evil, at least a necessary evil.
Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Economists err if they believe something is wrong when money is not in constant, active "circulation."
Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Ships aren’t cheap to purchase. But when financing is abnormally cheap and expectations of future business are rosy, it stands to reason that shipping companies would put in a raft of orders.
War and Foreign PolicyMonetary Theory
On the eve of World War II, Keynes delivered a chilling address on the BBC, talking about the "great experiment" of curing unemployment through war expenditure.
In February, the money supply fell slightly, but remains steady thanks to a continued influx of Treasury deposits at the Fed.
Former Mises Fellow Mateusz Machaj has published a new paper, "Can the Taylor Rule be a Good Guidance for Policy? The Case of 2001–2008 Real Estate Bubble" in the journal Prague Economic Papers.
Asking wealthy elites to provide opinions about central banking generally results in reticence on their part. After all, many billionaires became rich or stay rich only because the global economy has been "financialized".