An interesting result from the google Ngram viewer – the use of the term “malinvestment” over the last 100 years. https://books.google.com/ngrams Redmond is the director of the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada.
From today’s Open Europe new summary: Following the release of thousands of secret documents detailing how Luxembourg helped companies avoid paying taxes, an FT leader argues, “For the sake of his own credibility – and that of the commission – [Jean-Claude Juncker]
In a new paper for the Ottawa-based Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI), I take on the claim that a carbon tax could produce a “win-win” outcome of reduced climate change damage coupled with stronger conventional economic growth. In both the United States
Long-time readers of this blog know that I have been very critical of “market monetarism,” especially in the hands of Scott Sumner–undoubtedly the school’s leading economist-blogger. In the present post, I don’t want to talk about the effects of his
Dear Chairwoman Yellen, This is an open letter urging you to stop money printing immediately. It has created worse economic inequality and tremendously hindered the economic recovery from the longest recession in history. You have said that you are extremely
Patrick Barron: The End of the US Dollar Imperium, Part 2 Jeff Deist and Patrick Barron continue their discussion on monetary imperialism. They delve deeper into US dollar supremacy, and how it might end with a whimper instead of a
My latest interview on Power Trading Radio re: European developments that may prove positive in the long run
Click below to hear my latest interview on Power Trading Radio. I discuss in more detail the various movements in Europe that I view as economically positive in the long run. The interview last approximately one half hour with two