Sunday, May 31, 2015

On the blogs

On Matters Of Macroeconomics, Even A Beautiful Mind Can Go Astray -- Ramanan on Nash's monetarists views when it comes to macroeconomics. Bob Pollin had told me about Nash's presentation in Amherst and how he held views that were akin to gold bugs.

Expect little, and you will be rewarded: part three -- Max Sawicky on the tax aspects of the progressive agenda, and how it does not include income from capital in the tax base. There are other 3 posts on the agenda to combat inequality.

From boring banking to roaring banking, part 1 -- Alejandro Ruess, from Dollars & Sense, interviews Jerry Epstein. And yes banking should be boring.

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