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Kevin Dowd
18 June 2014
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I would like to thank the IEA for today publishing my monograph, New Private Monies, which examines three contemporary cases of private monetary systems. The first is the Liberty Dollar, a private...
Kevin Dowd
6 May 2014
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In a recent Financial Times article Martin Wolf announced his conversion to the view that private banks should be stripped of their ability to create money. The proposal to end private money is an...
Kevin Dowd
12 March 2013
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  The subject of pensions must be one of the most boring imaginable, but one thing that is even less appealing is a long retirement lived out in grinding poverty. Yet all over the developed...
Kevin Dowd
28 September 2012
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  I am very grateful to the IEA for making Private Money available as a free download on the web. On looking back over it – it was written and published in 1988 - I am struck by how...
Kevin Dowd
18 October 2010
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One of the most important issues in the ongoing economic controversy is whether the crisis is due to a “failure of capitalism”. What both sides of this argument often overlook, however,...
Kevin Dowd
24 June 2010
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By far the best contribution to the parliamentary debate on the Emergency Budget was by the MP for Wycombe, Steve Baker. Using impeccable analysis and respected (ONS and Bank for International...

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