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Willem Middelkoop Economic Reset

Here is a new interview from Willem Middelkoop. My previous interview with Mr. Middelkoop can be found here: Willem Middelkoop – Big Reset Interview Looming Economic ‘Reset’ Should Terrify Investors Last Updated On: January 20, 2016 By: Nick Giammarino Subscribe to the Global Currency Reset

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EconomicPolicyJournal.com: The Washington Post Smashes the Bernie Sanders' Jobs For Everyone Guarantee Proposal

But overall it is good to see the general strong objection to the notion to the paper that serves the rulers in the belly of the national beast… 284 more words

Keynesian Economics and Transitory, Beggar-Thy-Neighbor Stimulus

When I give speeches on Keynesian economics, I usually begin with a theoretical discussion on why consumer spending is a consequence of growth rather than the cause of growth. 910 more words


Long Run Aggregate Supply

New Classical Model


The model of long run aggregate supply that assumes that in the long run, resource prices can change.

Explanation and Diagrams: 762 more words
Study Guide

Informal/ Casual employment

The informal economy is the diversified set of economic activities, enterprises, jobs, and workers that are not regulated or protected by the state. The concept originally applied to self-employment in small unregistered enterprises. 218 more words

Basic Concepts


One may wish to see the federal bureaucracy in Washington, DC as a giant, blood-sucking tick. Adhered to the east coast, the skin of our nation, like a Sci-Fi alien, it grows and becomes more deeply entrenched, sucking ever more money and power from the rest of the country, fattening itself at the expense of its host. 163 more words