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Tom Duncan

Trust, like reputation is hard to earn, but easy to lose

“Trust is similar in its fragility.  At the individual level, of course, these two concepts (reputation and trust) are inter-related.  We trust those who have a trustworthy reputation, and we don’t trust those who are known to be untrustworthy.  Once bitten, twice shy, or fool me one time shame on you, fool me again shame […]

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Tom Duncan

“Monetary Policy and the Free-Market Economy”

“Let me say first that I believe in the benefits conferred by the free market as strongly as anybody in this country: nobody, anywhere, has yet devised a way of organising economic activity which comes close to the free market as a way of efficiently producing the goods and services which people want. So what […]

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Tom Duncan

The Transmission Mechanism of Monetary Policy

“Economists do not agree about how monetary policy affects the economy. Different observers weigh in different ways the various specific channels through which monetary policy works. Views diverge even about the monetary transmission process in individual industrialised nations, the subject of decades of theoretical and empirical research; the process in developing countries is still more […]

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Tom Duncan

Monetary Policy Operating Procedures

“This work provides an overview of monetary policy operating procedures in emerging market economies. Most of the discussion reflects the situation in mid-1998. The emphasis is on general principles although in practice country-specific factors condition actual procedures. Yet there has been a certain convergence in monetary policy instruments and procedures in recent years, not only […]

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Tom Duncan

Honest Money

“There is a debt crisis in the making. It is international. Every industrial nation on earth faces a crisis that could dwarf the crisis of the 1930’s. The banks of the world have done the bidding of the politicians, and they have loaned hundreds of billions of dollars and other currencies to the ‘less developed […]

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