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David Saied

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David Saied is a former Securities and Exchange commissioner for the Republic of Panama and and has a masters degree in economic policy from Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts.

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The Debt Crisis Cannot Be Solved with More Debt

Booms and BustsThe FedMonetary Theory

08/11/2009Mises Daily Articles
By piling on trillions to the national debt, the government will have to keep interest rates low for a longer period, promoting ever-greater debt. The result of this must be unsustainably higher levels of debt — and the worst financial crisis ever seen in the history of mankind.
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America's Economic Myths

The FedFree MarketsInterventionism

09/10/2008Mises Daily Articles
Free-market advocates and economists must continue to struggle against these harmful economic myths.
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The Specter of Stagflation

The FedBusiness Cycles

11/05/2007Mises Daily Articles
Here lie the two key factors that make the current cycle different than the past 2 cycles.
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Panama Has No Central Bank

Free MarketsMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

04/26/2007Mises Daily Articles
The absence of a central bank in Panama has created a completely market-driven money supply. Panama's market has also chosen the US dollar as its de facto currency. The country must buy or obtain their dollars by producing or exporting real goods or services; it cannot create money out of...
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