Monthly Archives: June 2021

Will Larry Summers Save the World Again?

Modern macroeconomics is a boring and dreary trade. The monthly report outs on GDP, unemployment, inflation, and other data aggregates, are a dull waste of time. What decisions could you possibly make to improve your lot in life from these data reports? Continue reading

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Why Consumer Price Inflation Is Here To Stay

The ability of U.S. central planners to export price inflation to China is finally breaking down. This ability masked the effect of loose fiscal and monetary policies in the U.S. for several decades, as the consequences of enormous deficits and radical money supply expansion were offset by low cost consumer goods. Those days are over. Continue reading

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