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A guy called Ben and the monetary transmission mechanism

A guy called Ben and the monetary transmission mechanism

Markets & Money Advisory founder & CEO Lars Christensen discusses the monetary transmission mechanism.

The Cuban missile crisis – lessons for investors

The Cuban missile crisis – lessons for investors

Lars Christensen writes about what today's investors should learn from the Cuban missile crisis.

AEI report: After the Eurozone Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Lessons for European and US Policymakers
Global Monetary Conditions Monitor: Ms. Yellen, please ease up a bit!

Global Monetary Conditions Monitor: Ms. Yellen, please ease up a bit!

We have published the July edition of Global Monetary Condition Monitor our monthly flagship publication, which covers monetary policy in 26 countries around the world and gives an overview of global monetary matters and market implications of global monetary trends.

More summer musings on demography and deflation

More summer musings on demography and deflation

Lars Christensen talks about the impact of demography on money demand.

Summer musings on demography and deflation

Summer musings on demography and deflation

CEO & Founder Lars Christensen talks about the impact and importance of demography on monetary conditions.

Economics is a state of mind

Economics is a state of mind

Lars Christensen discusses economics as a state of mind rather a formal education.

Chuck Norris for Fed chairman

Chuck Norris for Fed chairman

Make Chuck Norris Fed chairman - or rather it is time to replace discretion in US monetary policy with clear rules.

There is no such thing as a ‘business cycle’

There is no such thing as a ‘business cycle’

The ups and downs in the economy is not determined by animal spirits but by external shocks and from policy mistakes. Read Lars Christensen's latest blog post on why there is no 'business cycle'.

Bank of England and central bank herd behaviour

Bank of England and central bank herd behaviour

Our founder and CEO Lars Christensen comments on recent monetary policy decisions from the Federal Reserve, ECB and particularly from the Bank of England.

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