Subscribe Long time and close readers of Notes on the Crises will be aware that I’m a Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) scholar. More than three years ago now I published written remarks
Before Silicon Valley Bank failed last week, I was considering writing a post examining the Federal Reserve’s policy framework in the context of the last sixty years of monetary policy’s history.
This is a premium piece of Notes on the Crises. Thank you for being a paid subscriber. Lately, the 1970s have loomed large in economic commentary, thanks to a recurrence of panic over
Subscribe [https://www.crisesnotes.com/#/portal/signup]On this episode we have a very special guest, economist Daniel Mitchell on his time as the chief economist of Nixon’s pay board, the “wages”
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This is a Premium Pieces of Notes on the Crises In my last piece [https://www.crisesnotes.com/prices-prices-prices-almost-everything-you-wanted-to-know-but-were-too-annoyed-to-ask/] I focused on laying out how I view the “inflation” conversation that has been
This is a premium piece of Notes on the Crises I haven’t covered what’s been going on in pricing and the “inflation” conversation. At this point there is a lot to