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Saturday , 23 March 2019

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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Policy Clash Makes Argentina Own Worst Enemy on Inflation

Policy Clash Makes Argentina Own Worst Enemy on Inflation

Bloomberg - Argentina’s two core policies to appease investors -- a tight monetary policy and a faster rollback of subsidies -- are at odds with each other when it comes to slowin ...

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The Libertarian Calling for an End to Argentina’s ‘Decadent’ Ways

The Libertarian Calling for an End to Argentina’s ‘Decadent’ Ways

After a century of economic disarray in Argentina, Jose Luis Espert is making the case for radical change. The fringe right-wing presidential hopeful is running on a platform of l ...

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‘Economy and Ecology, two words coming from the same origin’

‘Economy and Ecology, two words coming from the same origin’

Spanish version here As human civilization progressed; we can see now that many environmental risks are being mitigated. The root cause of this change is due primarily to a cultur ...

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Libertad y Progreso Case Study: Rightsizing an Outsized Argentinian Government

Libertad y Progreso Case Study: Rightsizing an Outsized Argentinian Government

Atlas Network - Ending the public’s love affair with the state by exposing corruption and waste in Argentina’s federal government How a free-market think tank challenged a long-st ...

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The Four Weapons Argentina Has to Avoid a New Storm in 2019

The Four Weapons Argentina Has to Avoid a New Storm in 2019

Bloomberg - Argentina experienced a real storm in 2018 after the economy fell into recession, the currency dropped the most in the world and the International Monetary Fund came t ...

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Economic freedom audit series case study: ARGENTINA

Economic freedom audit series case study: ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is the most visited city in South America. Tourists enjoy Argentina’s quaint streets, the old European feel, and the rich cult ...

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Argentina’s Monetary Rescue

Argentina’s Monetary Rescue

An end to money creation brings down inflation and stabilizes the peso. Guido Sandleris isn’t a politician, but he could be the most influential figure in Argentina’s politics ove ...

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The Ghost of Hyperinflation

The Ghost of Hyperinflation

The Minister of Finance, Nicolás Dujovne, announced last September 17th before the legislature, in the framework of the budget presentation of 2019, that next year’s inflation wil ...

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