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Sean Corrigan

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Sean Corrigan is the author of 'Money, Macro & Markets' newsletter & Consultant to Hinde Capital.

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Inflation: The Grand Illusion

Money and BanksMonetary Theory

12/23/2003Mises Daily Articles
Instead of the archetypal Austrian Business Cycle, writes Sean Corrigan, we currently have the bizarre modern phenomenon of the further discoordination caused by the wild orgy of debt-financed consumption. It has been officially promoted to keep aggregate spending and arbitrary price levels...
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How Recessions Become Depressions

Booms and BustsCalculation and Knowledge

11/04/2003Mises Daily Articles
As all Austrians should be aware, recessions themselves only come about as a reaction to the unsustainable tempo of the preceding Boom, writes Sean Corrigan. Pursue inflationism, frustrate the market, extend socialism, adopt protectionism, embrace militarism, extirpate thrift, expropriate the...
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Bush's Latest Blarney

Big GovernmentThe FedPolitical Theory

09/02/2003Mises Daily Articles
How damaging would another round of protectionism be? With international relations already highly strained—thanks largely, if not wholly, to the unwontedly belligerent approach generally adopted by the current U.S. Administration in its dealings with others—the clear peril here is that a series of...
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U.S. vs. Japan: Which Economy is Stronger?

Booms and BustsU.S. EconomyMonetary Theory

05/21/2003Mises Daily Articles
How much comfort can the U.S. take in the sufferings of Japan? In a side-by-side comparison of the productivity of the two economies, the U.S. comes off looking worse than one might expect, while Japan, long in the mire of recession, not as badly as one might assume. Example: in the past 12 months...
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Myths of the Crash

Booms and BustsBusiness Cycles

05/01/2003The Free Market
Three years into one of the most severe bear markets in history, the most striking feature of the typical economic discussion is the persistent state of denial about how perilous our situation truly is. Also notable is the unthinking promulgation of a species of economic fallacies which, though...
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