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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
Category Archives: Inflation
There are three types of inflation. The most common is demand-pull. The other two are cost-push. Professor John T. Harvey likes to label these as cost-push/Act of God & cost-push/market power. Another name for these is supply side [shock] inflation. … Continue reading
In this vein we are suggesting that politicians should set a minimum acceptable living standard and ensure that a base level job is always available to allow all citizens to achieve that living standard independent of welfare payments. This is … Continue reading
There are two broad ways to control inflation and buffer stocks are involved in each: Unemployment buffer stocks: Under a mainstream NAIRU regime (the current orthodoxy), inflation is controlled using tight monetary and fiscal policy, which leads to a buffer … Continue reading
Originally posted April 16th, 2009 The dreaded NAIRU is still about! I was thinking – rather optimistically – that it would just disappear from whence it came! But sorry to disappoint. Some economists just won’t learn. Yesterday the ABS released … Continue reading