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This is how deep the European crisis is

This is how deep the European crisis is

Polish foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski (yesterday in the Financial Times):

The Vitali Klitschko effect and "speculative attacks"

The Vitali Klitschko effect and "speculative attacks"

Here is Hungarian central bank governor Andras Simor:

Ramesh Ponnuru: For Fed NGDP Could Spell More Economic Stability

Ramesh Ponnuru: For Fed NGDP Could Spell More Economic Stability

Senior editor at National Review and Bloomberg View columnist Ramesh Ponnuru is well-known for his Market Monetarist views Now he is out with a new comment NGDP targeting.

Sumner and Glasner on the euro crisis

Sumner and Glasner on the euro crisis

Recently the Market Monetarist bloggers have come out with a number of comments on the euro crisis. It's a joy reading them - despite the tragic background.

David Friedman on the price of money

David Friedman on the price of money

I always considered David Friedman to be very special. I have read all his books and I seldom find myself disagreeing with him (we even have a odd interest in Iceland in common). However, I have a slightly controversial interpretation of David Friedman’s thinking – I think his views really is a reflection of what Milton Friedman really would have liked to say if he had been truly free to express his views. Milton Friedman was the one who with his writings both turned me into a monetarist and a libertarian, but David Friedman’s views in many ways are probably closer to what I think about most things. David Friedman as his father of course also is a fantastic writer and thinker.

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard comments on Market Monetarism

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard comments on Market Monetarism

The excellent British commentator Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at the Daily Telegraph has a comment on the Euro crisis. I am happy to say that Ambrose comments positively on Market Monetarism. Here is a part of Ambrose's comments:

November 1932: Hitler, FDR and European central bankers

November 1932: Hitler, FDR and European central bankers

The headline of most stock markets reports yesterday said something like "Stocks: Worst Thanksgiving Drop Since ’32". That made me think - what really happened in November 1932?

Schuler on money demand - and a bit of Lithuanian memories...

Schuler on money demand - and a bit of Lithuanian memories...

Here is Kurt Schuler over at freebanking.org:

Lorenzo´s Socratic dialogue on NGDP Targeting

Lorenzo´s Socratic dialogue on NGDP Targeting

Lorenzo from Oz suggested the following "Socratic dialogue "on NGDP targeting in a comment to my previous post - I think it is so good it need to be repeated:

Adam Posen calls for more QE - that's fine, but...

Adam Posen calls for more QE - that's fine, but...

Adam Posen who sits on the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has a comment in on New York Times' website.

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