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David S. D'Amato
31 May 2013
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In the wake of the financial crisis, there are growing movements in the USA and the UK to abolish the countries’ central banks, the Federal Reserve System and the Bank of England. And while...
Philip Booth
20 September 2011
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There is much discussion about how to deal with the indebtedness of eurozone countries. Economic analysis is not straightforward, of course. We always have to be aware of the "...
Steven Kates
4 April 2011
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According to Wicksell, there are two interest rates, one visible and the other almost totally invisible. The visible rate is the number found in every central bank publication. It is prominently...
Charles K. Rowley
3 August 2010
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Mervyn King was appointed Deputy Governor of the Bank of England in 1997 and became an ex-officio member of the Bank’s interest-rate setting Monetary Policy Committee when the...
Andre Johnston Phijuntjitr
9 June 2010
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A trillion here, 500 billion there - it seems no amount is too much when the authorities want to fix a perforated economy. Keeping an economy on life support through extensive...
Philipp Bagus and David Howden
30 November 2009
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While quantitative easing has received much press, qualitative easing has been neglected. Qualitative easing consists of policies that deteriorate the average quality of the assets that a...
Philip Booth
25 September 2009
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If the next government, of whatever colour, insists on not taking the bold step of getting the government out of the production and management of the money supply – and political realism...
Philip Booth
26 March 2009
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Earlier in the week, David Cameron signalled that he believed that banking regulation should be returned to the Bank of England. However, there is a danger in thinking piecemeal about this problem....
Terry Arthur
10 February 2009
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