Tagged: Banking


Alex Salter, Not All NGDP is Created Equal (2013)

Benjamin Klein, Money, Wealth, and Seignorage (1978)

George Selgin, The Theory of Free Banking (1988)

Lawrence White, Free Banking in Britain (1995)

Lawrence White, Skepticism about Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis (2014)

Milton Friedman, A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960 (1963)

Nicholas Kaldor, The Irrelevance of Equilibrium Economics (1972)

Peter King, Thoughts on the Restriction of Payments in Specie (1804)

Steven Horwitz, Microfoundations and Macroeconomics (2000)

Trevor Coombes, What Central Banks May Legitimately Do (2007)

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    • Jun2022:02
      Factual issues aside, how did something as rambling and pointless as that Hyena matriarchy article get published at @voxdotcom in the first place?
    • Jun2017:08
      RT @GarettJones: Using ostensibly arbitrary focal points–Schelling points–to decide what is deplorable and what is not deplorable is an important and useful tool among socially connected human beings.

      From the first paragraphs of Schelling’s Nobel address:

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