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Monthly Archives September 2011

Sound Money: Fight For It!

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
September 30, 2011

As a thought experiment, suppose you knew you were going to die three months from now. Further, suppose some multibillionaire hears of your impending death and decides to make you an offer: He will produce a 30-second TV commercial of your final message to the world and air it during the 2012 Super Bowl and […]

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Operation Twist: Not What the Doctor Ordered

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
September 29, 2011

Operation Twisted Logic Mises Daily: Monday, September 26, 2011 by Detlev Schlichter Last week the US Federal Reserve delivered no real surprises. Its new policy was expected by the market and those members of the public who still follow the central bank’s every move with interest and, I can only assume, in the misguided belief […]

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Do we really need a Central Bank?

Posted by Alex Chafuen
September 28, 2011

Several years ago Dr. Kurt Schuler, (to know more about him check http://www.centerforfinancialstability.org/KSchuler.php) wrote a book trying to answer the question, “do developing countries need central banks?”   He conducted part of his outstanding research during a short fellowship at Atlas.  His book was later published by the Institute of Economic Affairs (U.K.).   Kurt […]

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Conference on a Stable Dollar: Why We Need It and How to Achieve It

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
September 26, 2011
in Events

Leaders across the nation are becoming increasingly concerned about the possibility of rising inflation and a falling dollar. Others are less worried about the level of the dollar than they are about the volatility of the dollar exchange rate against other major currencies. American leaders have long emphasized the importance of a strong dollar and […]

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