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Archive of posts published in the tag: John Maynard Keynes

An Elephant in the Room

Scott Grannis, one of my daily go-to economic bloggers, write in his Calafia Beach Pundit–  The Failure of Keynesian pump-priming 6/30/11 Excerpt: Spending is the elephant in the living room, and it needs to be cut back sharply. Government spending doesn’t…

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Closing the Curtain on Keynes ?

Scott Grannis, one of my daily go-to economic bloggers, write in his Calafia Beach Pundit–  Why Can’t We Cut Our Way to Prosperity? Excerpts: He might do well to consider the record of the Clinton administration. As these charts show,…

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Does Stimulus Work?

The government has spent trillions to stimulate the economy. Interest rates are at a record low. Yet American businesses are sitting on top of trillions of dollars of cash, reluctant to spend any of it to grow or hire.  Does…

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Rapping Economists

a very clever way to explain modern economics-  the second video is a follow up and an explanation of how the video developed.

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Preemptive Keynesianism

From Financial Fiasco by John Norberg “The financial strategist George Cooper, who wants to rehabilitate a Keynesian analysis of the financial market, sees similarities between interventionist economist John Maynard Keynes’s desire to stimulate demand in times of crisis and the…

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