Here are some thoughts on the implications of Donald Trump assuming the presidency with respect to monetary policy.
Are interest rates not prices? And if so, should they not be discovered instead of imposed?
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Here are some links to interesting stories to close out your week! The Federal Reserve’s new Facebook page the immediate victim of internet trolls. France’s highest court suspends “Burkini ban” in win for religious freedom. CEO at center of EpiPen price hike is the daughter of U.S. Senator Joe Manchin. Who will build the roads? […]
Big crises raise big questions. And in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, economists are asking billion-dollar macroeconomic questions: What causes market fluctuations? What causes business cycles? In this series of videos, Professor Tyler Cowen vets contenders for the title of “top macroeconomic theory” – Keynesian, Austrian, and Monetarist, and Real Business Cycle […]
In just under two weeks the U.S. Congress will vote on whether or not to grant the Office of the Comptroller General of the United States the power to conduct an audit of the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet. The Federal Reserve and the conduct of its monetary policy has grown under increased scrutiny over the […]
This new On Demand series will explore the history of financial mayhem caused by government intervention as it explores topics like the effectiveness of stimulus spending, the Austrian theory of booms and busts, the government response to the 2008 financial crisis, the Great Recession and more. Join professors Stephen Davies, Tyler Cowen, and others as […]