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The Fed can hit any NGDP target

The Fed can hit any NGDP target

I hate getting into debates where different bloggers go back and forth forever and never reach any conclusion. I am not blogging to get into debates, however, I must admit that Steven Williamson's recent posts on NGDP level targeting have provoked me quite a bit.

My Skåne vacation and what I am reading

My Skåne vacation and what I am reading

It is vacation time for the Christensen family so I might not be blogging too much in the next couple of weeks, but we will see. I would however, like to share what books I have brought with me on our vacation in our vacation home in Southern Sweden (Skåne).

Clark Johnson on "Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness?"

Clark Johnson on "Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness?"

Over the last couple of days we have published four guest posts by Clark Johnson on "Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness?". Here you can read the paper in its entirety.

Guest post - Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 4, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post - Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 4, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post: Part 3 – Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness (continued)

I can hear Uncle Milty scream from upstairs - at James Bullard

I can hear Uncle Milty scream from upstairs - at James Bullard

The St. Louis Fed has long been a bastion of monetarist thinking, but something has changed at the Eighth Federal Reserve District. Here is St. Louis Fed president James Bullard in an interview with Bloomberg:

Lorenzo and Horwitz debate Austrian economics

Lorenzo and Horwitz debate Austrian economics

Back in April our friend Lorenzo did a interesting post on Austrian theory. That has now triggered a response from Steve Horwitz who defends the Austrian position. It is excellent stuff. It is a debate between two clever debaters and I have very strong sympathies for both gentlemen. However, I don't have time today to go through the entire debate, but I will strongly recommend to my readers to take a look at this very interesting debate.

Guest post - Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 3, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post - Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 3, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post: Part 3 – Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness (continued)

"Speaking of Italy"

"Speaking of Italy"

I got this in my mail box earlier in the week (the author will remain anonymous):

Guest post - Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 2, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post - Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 2, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post: Part 2 – Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness (continued)

Guest post - Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 1, by Clark Johnson)

Guest post - Keynes: Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness? (Part 1, by Clark Johnson)

I am extremely happy to announce that my blog this week will feature four guest posts by Clark Johnson. I have for some time tried to convince Clark to write something for my blog so I was very happy when Clark's manuscript for his paper "Keynes:  Evidence for Monetary Policy Ineffectiveness?" arrived in my in-box recently. Clark and I have decided to split up the paper in four parts which will be published in the coming four days.

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