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Can Spain Handle a Global Crisis?

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

There seems to be an increasing consensus that a global recession is coming soon.  The good news is that the Spanish private sector is much better prepared than it was in 2007.

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Politicians Have It Backwards, China Has Decreased Its Manipulation of the Yuan. That's Why It's Depreciating.

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

The depreciation of the yuan since 2014 is more of a response to market movements than a planned devaluation to gain competitiveness illegitimately.

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The Failure of the Welfare State: The Case of Argentina and Brazil

Global Economy

Blog09/26/2019

The crisis-ridden welfare states of South America show us that the fabled "third way" to economic prosperity isnot quite the cure-all we're told it is.

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Artificial Intelligence and Super-Powered Economic Errors

Global Economy

Blog09/23/2019

Kai-Fu Lee’s new book AI Superpowers offers many insights into the development of of AI, but too much of the book is spent chasing economic phantoms.

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The UN's Climate Change Agenda is So Extreme Its Own Analysts Can't Defend It

Big GovernmentThe EnvironmentGlobal Economy

Blog09/18/2019

This should be shocking to naïve citizens and those who assumed that “the science” must all support the UN’s temperature goals.

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Why The Next ECB Stimulus Plan Will Also Fail

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/27/2019

The slowdown of the European economy is a disaster considering the enormous stimulus we are immersed in.

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No Deal Brexit: What Will Actually Happen

Decentralization and SecessionGlobal EconomyLegal System

Blog08/22/2019

Let's set aside the politically tempting task of speculating about what might happen in the event of a No Deal Brexit, what can we say with certainty will happen?

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A Prince of Liechtenstein Discusses Private Property and Political Discourse

Global Economy

Blog08/16/2019

"The biggest problem, not only economically but also politically, is the debt problem. It is unimaginable, how this madness of creating more and more debt and just pushing the economy by inflating the money supply will end."

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The Six Things Boris Johnson Should Do to Turn the UK Around

Global EconomyMoney and BanksProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog08/14/2019

Brexit is an opportunity to reset economic, monetary, and trade policies. The implications of getting rid of the EU millstone go far beyond the leaving date of 31 October. 

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