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Nicolas Cachanosky

The Macro Bifurcation

Macroeconomic theorists and policy makers have taken different routes in recent years.

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Scott Burns

Don’t Call It a Comeback

Is the macroeconomics profession taking an Austrian turn in the wake of the Great Recession?

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Sven Larson

Uncle Sam Trembles at a Chinese Whisper

With a mere whisper about reconsidering their investments in US Treasury bonds, Beijing rattled Wall Street and — if ever so briefly — raised our interest rates.

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Robert Hughes

Empire State Manufacturing-Sector Expectations Remain Strong

The Empire State Manufacturing Survey results tilt to the favorable side but raise enough concerns to warrant close monitoring of data related to the New York regional economy and the manufacturing sector nationwide.

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Jeffrey Tucker

Bitcoin Should Be Welcomed as More Robust Than Fiat, Says Fed-backed Research

My theory: the paper is written for bankers and policy makers of an older generation who have heretofore ignored or dismissed crypto-based innovations. They might know something about money and banking. But they know next to nothing about computer science, digital resources, and cryptography. As a result, the paper speaks in the plainest-possible English about these technical topics. It then turns to debunking the most common myths about crypto.

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Max Gulker

What Would a Dotcom-Style Crash Look Like in the Cryptocurrency Space?

The bursting of bubbles can make insutries stronger.

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