Post Tagged with: "Monetary Policy"

Greece and the economic patterns of today

Via Sean Corrigan’s  Et in Academia ego » The Cobden Centre, following a consideration of the predicament of Greece: So, rather than relying on the snake oil salesmen to tell us how we should think, let us go back to the basics for a moment to see if they will […]

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How to transform a nation in ten steps

Brought forward. I was challenged last night to advocate flat taxes. Here’s one of my previous posts which does so. Another is here (you will have to forgive the oversize graphs). The Georgian recipe for “an amazing transformation”: Low and flat taxes Legislative commitment to reducing the government’s fiscal footprint […]

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Material Evidence » The Cobden Centre

Via Material Evidence » The Cobden Centre, more on the false impression of prosperity created by erroneous monetary and fiscal policy: Without stopping to rehearse the entire thesis (laid out most recently in the last two editions of Tangible Ideas, viz., ‘Lord Timon’s Purse’ – oriented towards money and credit […]

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