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Paul-Martin Foss

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Paul-Martin Foss is the founder, President, and Executive Director of the Carl Menger Center for the Study of Money and Banking, a think tank dedicated to educating the American people on the importance of sound money and sound banking.

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RIP, €500 Note

Money and Banks

Blog04/20/2016

The ruling class of the euro zone has slightly backed off its plan to end use of the $500 note immediately.

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Postal Savings Banks: Not Just a Bernie-Sanders Idea

Big GovernmentMoney and Banking

Blog04/18/2016

Bernie Sanders wants to make the postal service into a bank. It has been tried before.

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Patrick Byrne and the Blockchain

Money and Banking

Blog04/13/2016

Byrne is a pioneer in broadening applications of Blockchain technology to decentralize institutions, including governments.

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Sound Money and Fiscal Policy

Money and BanksTaxes and SpendingMoney and Banking

Blog04/11/2016

Sound money is the most important check on government spending.

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The Skyscraper Index Meets the Supertanker Index

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

Blog04/07/2016

Ships aren’t cheap to purchase. But when financing is abnormally cheap and expectations of future business are rosy, it stands to reason that shipping companies would put in a raft of orders.

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