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The Great Debate©: Is the Fed Destroying the Dollar?

Written by John Lounsbury There are two diametrically opposed camps on this question. This Great Debate© presents arguments from each side. First, Daniel R. Amerman, CFA, MBA will explain why he thinks inflation is the tool of choice (although he … Continue reading

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The Great Debate©: Is Fed Policy Too Tight?

The following is a proposition by Scott Sumner (professor of economics at Bentley University) that the QE programs by the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central bank actions have actually been “highly contractionary” and a rebuttal by L. Randall Wray … Continue reading

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The Great Debate©: Helicopter Money As A Policy Option

by Lucrezia Reichlin, Adair Turner and Michael Woodford published this article originally on May 20, 2013 Editor’s note:  This article summarises a CEPR-London Business School debate between Adair Turner and Michael Woodford on this policy option chaired by Lucrezia … Continue reading

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The Great Debate©: How is U.S. Governance Broken?

Is The U.S. Government Structure Governable? Written by Elliott Morss, Morss Global Finance and Richard P. Rust Editor’s note: Two days ago Elliott Morss published an Op Ed on flaws in U.S. governance represented by the failure to even debate … Continue reading

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