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Philippe Simonnot

Philippe Simonnot is a French economist. He was professor of Law and Economics at the University of Paris Sorbonne and Paris Nanterre and has a doctorate in economics. He is the author of many books on history and economics, particularly in the monetary field. His latest book is Nouvelles leçons d’économie contemporaine (2018). He also publishes columns on economic affairs in the press, particularly Le Monde

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Why Sound Money Is "Green" and Central Banks Aren't

Central BanksThe Environment

Although many central bankers have claimed the central banks are instrumental in ushering in a more green economy, a closer look suggests the opposite is true.

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How America's Unsound Money Is Destroying Freedom Worldwide

Fiat dollars aren't just an economic and political problem for Americans. The US's money regime enables and strengthens foreign regimes seeking to defraud and deceive their own people.

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