Will Fiscal Stimulation Work? [Or Were the Austrians Right?]

January 25, 2009

With most of the major governments on earth planning large spending increases, and most economists in favour, it must still be noted that there are a number of commentators who oppose these measures. They do so for a variety of reasons, some practical, some analytical and some ideological.   This debate of course returns focus to

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The Age of Radical

January 19, 2009

The age of radical is upon us.  While this disruptive turning point will be clear only in retrospect, there can be little doubt that a period of dramatic change is about to begin.  The pace of globalization and the acceleration of technological innovation has rendered more and more of society’s social, economic, educational and political norms both

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