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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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Switzerland: Negative Interest Rates Result in Rising Mortgage Rates

Global EconomyMoney and Banks

Blog03/16/2016
Remember back in December when we highlighted that one of the responses to central banks’ introduction of negative interest rates might actually be a raising of interest rates by banks to borrowers?
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The US Banking System as an Arm of US Foreign Policy

Global EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyMoney and Banking

Blog02/25/2016

This incident is one more example that demonstrates the contempt with which the US government holds private companies. Private companies are literally being conscripted to serve the state.

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Why Breaking Up Big Banks Is No Solution

Blog02/19/2016

It all boils down to one thing: the reason the big banks have gotten so large is because the banking industry in the United States was purposely designed to be a highly concentrated oligopoly.

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Paul-Martin Foss: The Bizarre World of Negative Interest Rates

The Fed

02/19/2016Mises Media
Paul-Martin Foss explains how Mises and Rothbard understood the function of interest rates, as opposed to how central bankers use interest rates as a tool to stimulate aggregate demand.
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The Continuing Demonization of Cash

Money and BanksThe Police StateMoney and Banking

02/18/2016Mises Media
The public has been successfully conditioned to view the use of cash as something suspicious. Meanwhile, thanks to growin g pressure from government, private business now often considers cash to be more trouble than it's worth, writes Paul-Martin Foss .
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