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Wednesday , 19 June 2019

Cryptocurrencies and the Denationalisation of Money

Cryptocurrencies and the Denationalisation of Money

In Denationalisation of Money (1976), Hayek put forward the idea of currency competition. The money supply should be determined through a competitive market process rather than by ...

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Argentina presidential election taking shape

Argentina presidential election taking shape

A clearer picture is emerging in Argentina of who plans to run for president and who aims to ride shotgun. Just several weeks after populist former president Cristina Fernández de ...

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What is populism?

What is populism?

Emilio Ocampo - It can be useful to view populism as the painless, simplistic and arbitrary “solution” to society’s structural problems  that a charismatic and opportunistic polit ...

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Hot picks from our Finantial Review

Hot picks from our Finantial Review

These are some of the best keys of our weekly financial review, done by our Economic Team, lead by Mg Aldo Abram. To get our review, you can contact Miss Mercedes Richards, merced ...

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Macri, Bolsonaro: Signing of EU-Mercosur free-trade deal is ‘imminent’

Macri, Bolsonaro: Signing of EU-Mercosur free-trade deal is ‘imminent’

Controversial Brazilian leader visits Argentina for the first time as president, as protesters take to streets. Talks with President Macri focus on Mercosur, boosting respective e ...

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Argentina: The Third Least Competitive Country in the World

Argentina: The Third Least Competitive Country in the World

Argentine unions have implemented a national strike again: the sixth in three years during President Mauricio Macri's tenure. Panampost - There are two news stories in Argentina t ...

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OECD calls on Argentina to deepen ‘ambitious economic reforms’

OECD calls on Argentina to deepen ‘ambitious economic reforms’

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has called on Argentina to deepen its economic and structural reforms, warning President Mauricio Macri that the n ...

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Argentina’s Peso, Nothing But Trouble

Argentina’s Peso, Nothing But Trouble

Forbes - This week, Argentina released its February inflation statistics. Inflation spiked, again. Indeed, the official annual inflation rate jumped to 51.3%/yr. While this spike ...

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Three failures (MMT, statism, Keynesianism) and a (monetarist) success

Three failures (MMT, statism, Keynesianism) and a (monetarist) success

ECONLIB - The Great Inflation lasted from 1966 through 1981, or perhaps the early 1990s, if you wait until inflation had reached a roughly 2% trend. But I’ll focus on 1982 as the ...

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Argentina Needs an Amputation

Argentina Needs an Amputation

The Epoch Times - The Argentine peso has lost a third of its value relative to the U.S. dollar in the space of three months, and locals have been to this rodeo before. For seven d ...

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