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Pro-Keynesian Journalist Accidentally Shows that Smaller Government Is Good for Economic Growth

I don’t know if this is a good personality trait or a character flaw, but it always brings a big smile to my face when a leftist tries to argue for bigger government but inadvertently makes an argument in favor of smaller government. 1,087 more words

Economics

Five Years In Limbo - Joe Stiglitz - Social Europe Journal

This is a powerful, MUST-READ article from Nobel Prize winning economist, Joe Stiglitz, published in the Social Europe Journal. Check it out!

via Five Years In Limbo – Joe Stiglitz – Social Europe Journal…

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Austerity

dralfoldman reblogged this on Dr Alf's Blog and commented:

This is well worth a read. It's one of our most popular blogs

The Consequences of Imposing Negative Interest Rates

Courtesy of Peter Tenebrarum @ Acting Man Blog:

Negative Interest Rates and Capital Consumption

Ever since the ECB has introduced negative interest rates on its deposit facility, people have been waiting for commercial banks to react. 2,106 more words

Fraud

Greg Mankiw and the Gatsby Curve - Paul Krugman - NYTimes.com

This is a MUST READ article from Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize winning, liberal economist, writing in his Op-Ed blog published by the NYT… 218 more words

Politics

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Looking back, this is worth a read. It’s one of our most popular blogs

Quantitative Easing for the People - How??

Simon Jenkins has written a piece for the Guardian called ‘We should cash-bomb the people – not the banks’. In it, he makes an argument I hear quite a lot. 1,233 more words

Douglas French: Keynesians Desperate To Keep Boom Going

Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed former President of the Mises Institute Mises.org, author, former banker and contributing editor to Casey Research, Douglas

Economy

Japan: The Failed Keynesian Experiment

TomWoodsTV, Nov 2014

Bob Murphy joins Tom to look at the disaster that resulted from a quarter-century of Keynesian policy in Japan.
Time: 26:48

Economy