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Throwing The Keynesian Baby Out With The Bathwater

August 13th, 2016 · Comments Off on Throwing The Keynesian Baby Out With The Bathwater

Some want to bury and forget about Keynes; we look into the arguments. As it turns out, Keynesian economics explains the behavior of economies experiencing a slump very well and much of that is highly counterintuitive, hence many grapple with this. Keynesian remedies also work well. The argument that politicians cannot handle it responsibly is […]

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Tags: Keynesianism

The Keynesian Crash? | Seeking Alpha

February 11th, 2016 · Comments Off on The Keynesian Crash? | Seeking Alpha

Stockmarkets tumbled almost everywhere in the first couple of weeks of the year, and some predict they will crash. This is blamed on Keynesian economics, in the name of which debt levels were bloated and inordinate amounts of money printed. We’re not so pessimistic and we’ll try to show that there is much wrong with […]

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Tags: Economics · The Markets

Right-Wing Keynesianism?

January 22nd, 2015 · Comments Off on Right-Wing Keynesianism?

Many on the political right associate Keynesianism with big government and loose monetary policies. This is unfortunate, as Keynesianism offers a good framework for analysis of an economy suffering from general demand deficiencies. This framework has been very accurate in describing the post 2008 economic situation. And perceived “left-wing” solutions aren’t written in stone, solutions […]

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Tags: Economic Policy

New EU (-1) Treaty Kills Keynesianism

December 12th, 2011 · Comments Off on New EU (-1) Treaty Kills Keynesianism

Probably not much of a problem, under normal circumstances. However, in times of a financial crisis…

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Tags: Economics

The stimulus did in fact work..

March 1st, 2011 · Comments Off on The stimulus did in fact work..

New economic research shows..

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Tags: Economics

ZeroHedge unhinged again

February 3rd, 2011 · Comments Off on ZeroHedge unhinged again

Tyler Durden back into fight club mode, but as usual, almost entirely devoid of substance..

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Tags: Credit Crisis · Public Policy

Tyler Durden’s questionable macro-economics

July 4th, 2010 · 11 Comments

They run a brilliant blog. Too bad it’s marred by unsubstantiated daily rants against Keynesianism…

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Tags: Economy · Public Policy