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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
Tag Archives: Quantitative Easing
This morning I saw on Twitter an exchange between a financial writer, an underground economist and an abundant world economist. These are descriptions of themselves. There discussion revolved around whether Quantitative Easing is inflationary or not. Below is a repost … Continue reading
Some readers have written to me asking to explain what quantitative easing is. Some of them had heard an ABC 7.30 Report segment the other night which interviewed the Bank of England Governor who outlined the BOE’s plan to “print … Continue reading