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Fiscal Sustainability 101 – Part 2b

Another contributor to the National Journal debate was James K. Galbraith, Professor of Economics, University of Texas, who works with us within the modern monetary theory camp. So you will expect he will say something quite different to the commentators … Continue reading

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Fiscal Sustainability 101 – Part 2a

My aim in this 3-part series (more like 8-part series) is to further advance an understanding of how a fiat monetary system operates so that readers of this blog (growing in numbers) can then become leaders in their own right … Continue reading

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Fiscal Sustainability 101 – Part 1b

A fellow at the neo-liberal American Enterprise Institute, Desmond Lachman, also cannot come to terms with the essence of a fiat monetary system. He told the National Journal that: The OECD usefully defines a country’s fiscal policy to be sustainable … Continue reading

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Fiscal Sustainability 101 – Part 1a

My motivation for focusing on the topic of fiscal sustainability – although most of my blogs are about this in one way or another – came from the National Journal, which is a discussion site where experts are invited to … Continue reading

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