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Frank Hollenbeck

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Frank Hollenbeck has held positions as Senior Economist at the State Department, Chief Economist at Caterpillar Overseas, and as an Associate Director of a Swiss private bank, and is a former lecturer at the International University of Geneva.

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Why Americans Don't Have Any Savings

InflationOther Schools of Thought

Blog04/15/2020

Central bankers think too much saving is a problem that must be solved with more money creation. But the real problem is the Keynesian-style fractional reserve banking system.

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The Government's Pandemic Strategy Is a Reckless One

Health

Blog03/25/2020

It's time to stop pretending that the policies favored by some biologists—who know nothing about how economies work to lessen the health effects of poverty—come without grave costs to public health.

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Intellectual Property as the New Guild System

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog11/15/2019

Even if one strongly believes that IP laws are essential for creativity, it is difficult to justify the expansion of IP protections that have taken place in recent decades.

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There Are Two Sides to Every Trade. And Both Sides Benefit.

Protectionism and Free Trade

Blog09/25/2019

In a globalized world, nearly every product or service relies on products and services from somewhere else.

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The High Price of a "Free Lunch"

Taxes and Spending

Blog09/06/2019

Most everyone dislikes being taxed to pay for government. So governments turn to borrowing and printing money. But those methods aren't really any less costly than taxation.

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