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Does Government Spending Create More Economic Growth?

Money and BanksTaxes and SpendingMoney and Banking

Blog09/04/2017
A cut in government outlays is great news for wealth generators and to the economy.

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What Is the Liquidity Trap?

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/27/2017
"Too little spending" does not cause recessions. On the contrary, too much spending spurred by central bank meddling is what leads to booms and busts.

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Austrian Monetary Theory vs. Federal Reserve Inflation Targeting

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/22/2017
When a central bank sets a two-percent price inflation target as a guide for monetary policy, it is targeting an arbitrary construction of economic statisticians.

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A Tale of Two "Deflationary" Booms — The Gilded Age vs. Today

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/18/2017
Today's easy-money-fueled economic "boom" doesn't compare well to booms of the past.

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China: A Keynesian Monster

Cronyism and CorporatismGlobal EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/31/2017
The the Chinese economy is a Keynesian jobs project of outrageous scale.

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Is Money Created by Government Decree?

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/31/2017
Today’s demand for money is determined by yesterday’s purchasing power of money.

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Here's the True Definition of a Recession — It's Not About GDP

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/19/2017
Recessions are the liquidation of a boom that sprang up thanks to a previous period of loose monetary policy.

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Why Wage Growth Is So Weak

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/17/2017
As central banks enable the creation of money out of thin air, wealth creation has suffered, as has worker productivity.

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The Bernanke-Yellen Bubble-Depression

Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking

Blog07/10/2017
The next economic crisis will be directly tied to the last economic crisis and the policies the Fed used to “solve” it. As such, it should be called the Bernanke-Yellen Crisis.

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Does a Falling Money Supply Cause Recessions?

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Blog07/07/2017
A falling money supply is not the cause of economic contractions. It is usually just a symptom of a larger problem resulting from money-creation out of thin air.

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