Saturday, 03 December 2016

Articles & Op-Eds

Atlas has partnered with a number of scholars in the area of Sound Money.

Op-ed: What Brexit means for the euro

Posted by Jerry Jordan
November 7, 2016

This article originally appeared in Forbes International political and economic news in recent weeks was filled with stories and analyses of the United Kingdom referendum to leave the European Union (EU). The immediate results of the vote included the resignations of the British Prime Minister and other government leaders, as well as a substantial decline […]

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Op-ed: On November 8th, I’m voting for our next Fed Chair

November 4, 2016

This piece originally appeared in the Daily Caller With just days until the conclusion of one of our history’s most polarizing presidential election cycles, it’s hard for a proponent of a free-society to be truly excited. But while it may be difficult to accurately predict what a Clinton or a Trump presidency might look like, […]

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The twists and turns of the greenback

Posted by Steve H. Hanke
October 27, 2016

This article appeared in the November 2016 issue of Globe Asia. At a monetary conference in Vienna back in 2014, the distinguished Frenchman, friend, and occasional collaborator Jacques de Larosière proclaimed that the current world monetary order should be termed an “anti-system.” He has a point – an important point. Among other things, such an anti-system […]

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Enhance prosperity and improve health: Slash regulations, please

Posted by Steve H. Hanke
October 3, 2016

This article appeared in Globe Asia. Productivity and economic growth continue to surprise on the downside in most countries. While there is a great deal of handwringing over the so-called productivity puzzle, little attention is given to the real elixir: freer markets and more competition. Indeed, the policy tide is moving in the opposite direction in […]

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Macro Musings Podcast

June 27, 2016

If you are a fan of podcasts, let me recommend this relatively new one hosted by David Beckworth at the Mercatus Center. David’s views on the Great Recession are quite similar to those expressed by me and others on this blog. His list of guests to date includes John Taylor, John Cochrane, George Selgin, Scott […]

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