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AIER’s Inflation Curriculum Is Taught in Nebraska

– October 10, 2017

A report about the lesson conducted at The Career Academy, in Lincoln, Neb., by Ms. Nicole Barrett, a participant in Teach-the-Teachers Initiative 2017 in Omaha. This lesson was observed by James L. Olsen, AIER voting member.

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The Full Significance of Freedom

– August 11, 2017

Research Reports, 05/22/1956, Special Bulletin

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Where Are We Going?

Special Bulletin, June 1, 1950

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The Money Mirage

– August 1, 2017

Luring Businessmen, Savers, and Investors To Their Economic Deaths Including as a Supplement: Retirement and Estate Planning During an Age of Inflating

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The Opposite of an Employee Benefit

– June 6, 2016

It seems employers are being encouraged to help their young employees spend their money as fast, or even faster, than they earn it.   Some employers are taking the bait.  Some even think it is a benefit to make employees loans, help pay them off, or be better at payday loans than payday lenders.

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The World’s Most Profitable Company

– November 1, 2010

Economic Bulletin Vol. L, no. 11 | November, 2010 The Fed’s profits from interest on its holdings soared after 2007. But so did the risks from its purchases of toxic assets. Its accounting methods understate these risks.  

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“A Monetary Policy Simulation Game”

– June 11, 2010

The author presents a computer game that puts the player in the role of a central bank governor. The game is a stochastic simulation of a standard reduced form macro model, and the user interacts with this simulation by manipulating the interest rate.

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“Calculating the Candy Price Index”

– May 13, 2010

“In this classroom experiment, students develop a price index based on candy-purchasing decisions made by members of their class. They use their index to practice calculationg inflation rates and to consider the strengths and weaknesses of the consumer …

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Is Social Justice Just?

– October 1, 2008

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLVIII No. 10 | October, 2008 There is a tension between traditional justice and the modern concept of social justice. At issue are the basic values of civil society, including the notion of free will and the idea of individual r …

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The Money Manager’s Dilemma

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1978, Issue: 48 Also: Residential Construction Did the Election Results Signal a Major Shift?

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Research Reports – 1979, Issue: 16

– May 1, 2008

The Proposed Monetary Aggregates Updating the Outlook for Interest Rates

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The JEC’s Report: Reading Between the Lines

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1979, Issue: 44 Also: Greed and Tulips vs. Fear and Gold Manufacturers’ Orders, Sales, and Inventories

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