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Kevin Dowd is professor of finance and economics at Durham University in the United Kingdom. He is a lifelong libertarian and his thinking is heavily influenced by Austrian and Public Choice economics. His main areas of interest are free banking, central banking and private money. Dr. Dowd is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, research fellow of the Independent Institute, senior fellow of the Adam Smith Institute (London) and of the Cobden Centre for Honest Money and Social Progress, and member of Economists for Free Trade (formerly Economists for Brexit). Among his books, he is editor (with Richard Timberlake) of the book, Money and the Nation State: The Financial Revolution, Government, and the World Monetary System.

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Why Did Trussonomics Fail So Quickly?

Big GovernmentEconomic Policy

12/03/2022Mises Media
Liz Truss sought to be another Margaret Thatcher, but her ballyhooed budget numbers did not add up.
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The Near Collapse of the UK Pension Sector Exposes Failures by Financial Regulators

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

11/29/2022Mises Media
The woes of Britain's financial sector have been exacerbated by UK financial regulators' failures.
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The Near Collapse of the UK Pension Sector Exposes Failures by Financial Regulators

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog11/24/2022

The woes of Britain's financial sector have been exacerbated by UK financial regulators' failures.

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Why Did Trussonomics Fail So Quickly?

Big GovernmentEconomic Policy

Blog11/21/2022

Liz Truss sought to be another Margaret Thatcher, but her ballyhooed budget numbers did not add up.

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The Rise and Fall of Trussonomics

Big GovernmentEuropeFree MarketsStrategy

11/18/2022Mises Media
In presenting her economic plan, Liz Truss failed spectacularly on one thing: cutting spending. Otherwise, a "tax cut" is not a tax cut at all.
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