Monetary Policy

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The Recovery Is Stalling. We Need Pro-Market Reforms Now.

Free MarketsMonetary Policy

Blog10/14/2020

Politicians have ignored the threat to small businesses that are failing not because their owners used the wrong strategies, but have been destroyed by the misguided and ineffective forced shutdown.

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What "Experts" Miss about Economic Inequality

Price ControlsMonetary PolicyPoverty

Blog10/08/2020

Many of the "solutions" peddled by today's experts are more likely to increase wealth inequality than decrease it.

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Abenomics: Big Debts with Nothing to Show for It

Financial MarketsMonetary PolicyWorld History

Blog09/24/2020

Japan's government is now addicted to easy money Abenomics. With Abe now gone, the next leader might tinker around with altered approaches, but it will be more of the same.

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Turning to Keynes in this Crisis Will Only Make Things Worse

Booms and BustsMonetary PolicyProduction Theory

Blog09/19/2020

If policymakers finally let a real economic "correction" and recession happen, it means the economy will finally turn toward doing what the consumers actually want.

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Inflation as a Tool of the Radical Left

InflationMonetary PolicySocialism

Blog09/17/2020

It becomes clear that ramping up inflation is a tool for those who wish to overthrow the existing economic and social order—to get rid of what little is left of the free market system.

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The Saving Problem in America: Alternatives and Reforms

Monetary PolicyTaxes and SpendingCapital and Interest Theory

Blog09/15/2020

Savings are the foundation for a productive and advanced economy. Unfortunately, governments insist on policies that make it harder for ordinary people to save.

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The Fed’s New Policy Risks a Return of the 1970s

The FedMonetary PolicyU.S. History

Blog09/10/2020

The Fed has abandoned its own rules on "price stability" in order to favor what are essentially higher inflation targets. The Fed is now headed down a road it traveled in the 1970s.

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The Fed Promises More Dollar Destruction

InflationThe FedMonetary Policy

Blog09/10/2020

A zero interest rate policy, unlimited asset buying, Wall Street bailouts, etc. This is a never-ending monetary accommodation that leaves you asking: What else will the Fed do after inflation averaging?

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The Fed Now Wants Even More Inflation. The Old "2 Percent Target" Wasn't Enough.

InflationThe FedMonetary Policy

Blog09/02/2020

The most important insight of the Fed's move to increase its inflation target is this: central banks don't much like to follow "rules." They make the rules.

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Protectionism and "Weak Dollar" Trade Policy

InflationMonetary Policy

Those who advocate for a "weak dollar" to encourage trade with American firms show how little confidence there is in American industry. Meanwhile, cheapening the dollar punishes savers and ordinary workers.

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