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The Pixies and the Keynesian Multiplier

Be it Noel Gallagher, Paul McCartney, 50 Cent or Bob Dylan, every musician has their own influences. Their own idols who first inspired them to start creating music. 584 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: All the Trade Fakeonomics That's Fit to Print

Last week’s U.S.-China summit turned out to be as close to a nothing-burger as any meeting between the leaders of the world’s two most important countries could possibly be. 1,203 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

When the Bank Has a Problem

In last week’s column, I wrote about the Orwellian Economics of Indian banking. The basic premise of the column came from something that George Orwell wrote in his book… 644 more words

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The Bob Hope rule

A bank is a place that will lend you money if you can prove that you don’t need it.

—Attributed to Bob Hope

These days, there seem to be two categories of professionals in whom we expect to see…

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Which Classic Work Of International Relations Offers The Most Pertinent Description Of Today?

It is easy to say that nothing that is happening right now is normal, that the world has changed. It is harder but no less important to think about whether what seems strange right now does not amount to significant change in the future.

Read Here – The Washington Post

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The Question of Battling Poverty by Printing More Money

For many people, one stream of thought that seems very logical, but has never been implemented in real life is the question: “Why can’t we just print more money and give it to poor people?” Let’s explore the life of the momentarily fictional now-rich poor. 432 more words