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Frank Shostak

Frank  Shostak

Frank Shostak is an adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute and a frequent contributor to Mises.org. His consulting firm, Applied Austrian School Economics, provides in-depth assessments and reports of financial markets and global economies.

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What Next for Treasury Bonds? What Next for Treasury Bonds? Frank Shostak 05/03/2010
Does It Make Sense to Resurrect the Glass-Steagall Act? Does It Make Sense to Resurrect the Glass-Steagall Act? Frank Shostak 02/16/2010
The Depression Is Not Over The Depression Is Not Over Frank Shostak 02/10/2010
Correction, Mr. Bernanke Correction, Mr. Bernanke Frank Shostak 12/23/2009
Where Is the US Economy Heading? Where Is the US Economy Heading? Frank Shostak 12/07/2009
Can Asset-Price Bubbles Be Harmless? Can Asset-Price Bubbles Be Harmless? Frank Shostak 11/23/2009
Does a Fall in Credit Lead to Deflation? Does a Fall in Credit Lead to Deflation? Frank Shostak 10/29/2009
Does Deflation Pose a Threat to the US Economy? Does Deflation Pose a Threat to the US Economy? Frank Shostak 10/13/2009
Does a Liquidity Trap Pose a Threat? Does a Liquidity Trap Pose a Threat? Frank Shostak 09/23/2009
Is the Fed's Pumping Inflationary? Is the Fed's Pumping Inflationary? Frank Shostak 09/16/2009
Does Loose Monetary Policy Cause Economic Growth? Does Loose Monetary Policy Cause Economic Growth? Frank Shostak 09/01/2009
What is the Condition of U.S. Savings? What is the Condition of U.S. Savings? Frank Shostak 08/20/2009
How Can the Fed Prevent Asset Bubbles? How Can the Fed Prevent Asset Bubbles? Frank Shostak 08/13/2009
Is the US Economy Close to Hitting Bottom? Is the US Economy Close to Hitting Bottom? Frank Shostak 07/24/2009
The Fed Might Have Painted Itself into a Corner The Fed Might Have Painted Itself into a Corner Frank Shostak 06/12/2009
Can More Inflation Revive the US Economy? Can More Inflation Revive the US Economy? Frank Shostak 06/01/2009
Can President Obama’s Policies Heal the US Economy? Can President Obama’s Policies Heal the US Economy? Frank Shostak 05/20/2009
Obama's Stock Market Mini-Bubble Obama's Stock Market Mini-Bubble Frank Shostak 05/12/2009
Would Cleansing Banks' Balance Sheets Kick-start the US Economy? Would Cleansing Banks' Balance Sheets Kick-start the US Economy? Frank Shostak 04/01/2009
The Fed Did It, and Greenspan Should Admit It The Fed Did It, and Greenspan Should Admit It Frank Shostak 03/19/2009
Printing Like Mad Printing Like Mad Frank Shostak 02/16/2009
Can Fiscal Stimulus Revive the US Economy? Can Fiscal Stimulus Revive the US Economy? Frank Shostak 01/22/2009
Why Congress Must Stop the Fed's Massive Pumping Why Congress Must Stop the Fed's Massive Pumping Frank Shostak 01/06/2009
Can Friedman's Money Rule Stabilize the Economy? Can Friedman's Money Rule Stabilize the Economy? Frank Shostak 11/12/2008
Do We Need More of Keynes Now? Do We Need More of Keynes Now? Frank Shostak 10/31/2008
Good and Bad Credit Good and Bad Credit Frank Shostak 10/16/2008
The Rescue Package Will Delay Recovery The Rescue Package Will Delay Recovery Frank Shostak 09/29/2008
Can the Rescue Plan Fix the US Economy? Can the Rescue Plan Fix the US Economy? Frank Shostak 09/22/2008
Are Fannie and Freddie Too Big to Fail? Are Fannie and Freddie Too Big to Fail? Frank Shostak 09/17/2008
Is Deleveraging Bad for the Economy? Is Deleveraging Bad for the Economy? Frank Shostak 08/20/2008
Commodity Prices and Inflation: What's the Connection? Commodity Prices and Inflation: What's the Connection? Frank Shostak 07/01/2008
The Oil-Price Bubble The Oil-Price Bubble Frank Shostak 06/02/2008
Why the Fed Can't Do What It Wants to Do Why the Fed Can't Do What It Wants to Do Frank Shostak 04/03/2008
The Fed's New Tricks Are Creating Disaster The Fed's New Tricks Are Creating Disaster Frank Shostak 03/18/2008
Is Something Out of Nothing Possible? Is Something Out of Nothing Possible? Frank Shostak 02/22/2008
Why Is Bernanke Trying to Fight the Bear? Why Is Bernanke Trying to Fight the Bear? Frank Shostak 01/30/2008
Does the Current Financial Crisis Vindicate the Economics of Hyman Minsky? Does the Current Financial Crisis Vindicate the Economics of Hyman Minsky? Frank Shostak 11/27/2007
Greenspan Absolves Himself Greenspan Absolves Himself Frank Shostak 11/06/2007
What's Behind the Fed's Aggressive Interest-Rate Cut? What's Behind the Fed's Aggressive Interest-Rate Cut? Frank Shostak 10/23/2007
What Caused the Liquidity Crunch? What Caused the Liquidity Crunch? Frank Shostak 07/31/2007
Are Profits Purely Random? Are Profits Purely Random? Frank Shostak 07/24/2007
Marginal Utility and Interest Formation Marginal Utility and Interest Formation Frank Shostak 07/03/2007
Marginal Utility Is Not Rocket Science Marginal Utility Is Not Rocket Science Frank Shostak 06/05/2007
The Fallacy of Inflation Targeting The Fallacy of Inflation Targeting Frank Shostak 05/16/2007
Does Fed Transparency Fuel Growth? Does Fed Transparency Fuel Growth? Frank Shostak 04/20/2007
Money and Inflation: The Tendency to Deny Reality Money and Inflation: The Tendency to Deny Reality Frank Shostak 03/27/2007
The Yen and Monetary Liquidity The Yen and Monetary Liquidity Frank Shostak 03/20/2007
Do Central Banks Really Inflate? No, Say the Post-Keynesians Do Central Banks Really Inflate? No, Say the Post-Keynesians Frank Shostak 03/01/2007
Have We Outgrown Recessions? Have We Outgrown Recessions? Frank Shostak 11/28/2006
Is Debt Alone a Threat? Is Debt Alone a Threat? Frank Shostak 11/02/2006
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