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American Voters: Don't Look to Europe as a Model

Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic FreedomTaxes and Spending

Blog10/31/2020

As we face a second wave of coronavirus outbreak in Europe, we know that the March measures and aggressive lockdowns were a grave mistake.

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Furloughed Jobs Disguise the Eurozone Employment Crisis

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog10/20/2020

Eurozone unemployment would be close to 11 percent if we used the same calculation as the United States.

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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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Hoppe's Localist, Decentralist Strategy Is Working in Brazil

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog09/30/2020

In Brazil the most effective reforms seem to be accumulating at the state and local levels. There has been real success in pushing back against tax increases and more.

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If the US Adopts Eurozone Policies, the Jobs Recovery Will Suffer

Labor and WagesTaxes and Spending

Blog09/28/2020

The best social policy is one that supports job creation and rising wages. Entitlements do not make a society more prosperous, and ultimately drive it to stagnation.

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The US Dollar Collapse Is Greatly Exaggerated

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog09/14/2020

The United States currency has only really weakened relative to the yen and the euro, but that depends on optimistic expectations of a European and Japanese economic recovery.

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Bankruptcies Rise Despite Trillions in New Liquidity

Booms and BustsInflationFinancial Markets

Blog09/07/2020

Liquidity only disguises risk; it does not resolve solvency issues driven by collapsing cash flows while costs remain elevated.

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Massive Stimulus Won't Prevent a Eurozone Slowdown

Booms and BustsCronyism and CorporatismMoney and Banks

Blog08/28/2020

Europe's path to long-term stagnation should serve as a reminder for the United States, again, of why it is not advisable to follow the eurozone policies. The results are invariably disastrous.

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