Assistant Professor of Economics
Nicolás Cachanosky is Assistant Professor of Economics at Metropolitan State University of Denver and fellow of the Sound Money Project. His research is focused on monetary economics, business cycles, and history of economic thought. He’s work has appeared in journals such as Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Review of Political Economy, Journal of Institutional Economics, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Global Economic Review, and The Review of Austrian Economics among other outlets. He’s also co-editor of LIBERTAS: Segunda Época.
What the gold standard is and why government killed it
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What interest rates really are and what happens when governments change them
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