Saturday, 03 December 2016

Resources

Resources broken down by type.

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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Nicolas Cachanosky interviewed at Reinvent.Money

February 17, 2016

This week, Sound Money Project fellow Nicolas Cachanosky appeared in an episode of Reinvent.Money and discusses free banking vs. central banking, competing currencies, property rights and his involvement with the Sound Money Project. Watch the interview below:  

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Paper: Risk and Risk-Based Capital of U.S. Bank Holding Companies

October 6, 2015

The following is a newly released paper by Dr. Thomas Hogan, former Sound Money Project fellow and current Chief Economist for the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs.  Risk and Risk-Based Capital of U.S. Bank Holding Companies Thomas L. Hogan Troy University Neil R. Meredith West Texas A&M University; American Economic Association October 6, 2015 Journal of […]

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Announcing the sound money essay contest

August 10, 2015

Sound Money Essay Contest “The economic and moral arguments for sound money” The Atlas Network’s Sound Money Project is proud to sponsor an essay contest for students, young faculty and policy experts who are interested in championing the cause of sound money and a better understanding of sound monetary institutions. Description: The Atlas Network’s Sound […]

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Cato launches new blog: Alt-M

April 9, 2015

Earlier today, George Selgin, Director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives announced the launch of the Center’s new blog, “Alt-M.” We at the Sound Money Project are excited to continue to work with Dr. Selgin and his team to  raise awareness throughout the United States about the inherent problems of our […]

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The monetary approach reigns supreme

April 3, 2015

This article appeared in the April 2015 issue of Globe Asia.  We are still in the grip of the Great Recession. Economic growth remains anemic and below its trend rate in most parts of the world. And what’s more, this state of subdued economic activity has been with us for over seven years. In the U.S. […]

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