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- The Neoliberal Blockbuster: Toy Story Part 2 (Full Episode)
- The Last House on the Left
- Superstructure: Comforted & Chastened : A Liz Bruenig Special
- Superstructure: 27 - Sunrise or DSA?
- The Philosophy of Money with Graham Hubbs
- Zero-hour contracts in the UK are an affront to progress
- Do Sectoral Rates of Surplus Value Tend to Equalize, and Why Ask?
- Housing starts, buying conditions for houses, fiscal policy forecast
- Bill Mitchell — ECB researchers find fiscal policy is very effective and more so if central banks buy up the debt
- Is China Facing a Minsky Moment? — Philip Pilkington
Monthly Archives: January 2011
In April 1991, Argentina adopted a rigid peg of the peso to the dollar and guaranteed convertibility under this arrangement. That is, the central bank stood by to convert pesos into dollars at the hard peg. The choice was nonsensical … Continue reading
Russia is another victim of a pegged currency and the financialisation of its economy. I took some notes at the time the Russian government defaulted which go like this. After the breakdown of the Soviet Union they made their first … Continue reading
Zimbabwe is the new Weimar Republic. Not! Zimbabwe is the front-line evidence that shows that government deficits will generate hyper-inflation. Not! Zimbabwe is the demonstration of the folly of a fiat monetary system. Not! Zimbabwe is an African country with … Continue reading