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Jaguar Inflation

  • Audio Mises Daily
February 19, 2009

Tags Money and BanksCapital and Interest TheoryValue and Exchange

I am tired of hearing economists argue that government and the Fed should expand credit for the good of the economy. Sometimes an analogy clarifies a subject, so let's try one. It may sound crazy, but suppose the government were to decide that the health of the nation depends upon producing Jaguar automobiles and providing them to as many people as possible, writes Robert R. Prechter, Jr.

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