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Daniel Fernández Méndez

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Daniel Fernández is the founder of UFM Market Trends and professor of economics at the Francisco Marroquín University. He holds a PhD in Applied Economics at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid and is a former research fellow at the Mises Institute. He holds a master in Austrian Economics the Rey Juan Carlos University and a master in Applied Economics from the University of Alcalá in Madrid.

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The Covid Panic Brought Even More Economic Zombification

Global Economy

03/16/2022Mises Media
Zombie companies, which were already a problem in 2019, have not only not been killed off but have multiplied. The zombie apocalypse could be closer than we imagine.
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Death by Inflation or by Interest Rate Hikes?

Central banks are going to receive fierce (and well-deserved) criticism, whatever they do. Pick your poison: inflation or bankruptcy.

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Capital versus Labor: The Great Decoupling

Labor and Wages

Opponents of markets claim that worker wages have not kept up with worker productivity. This incorrect claim is based on two mistakes in estimating wages. 

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The Covid Panic Brought Even More Economic Zombification

Global Economy

Zombie companies, which were already a problem in 2019, have not only not been killed off but have multiplied. The zombie apocalypse could be closer than we imagine.

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The Abuse of Public Debt—and How It Sets the Stage for Economic Disaster

U.S. History

The majority of economists, who assume recent historical trends will continue forever, forget that nonlinearity in economics means that cause-and-effect relationships can remain dormant for a long time, only to manifest themselves with unusual force later on.

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