Thursday, March 12, 2009

Great Posts on Monetary Policy

Scott Sumner discusses George Selgin's ideas, questions the Goldman Sach's report, and mulls over Nick Rowe's thoughts on Monetarism. Nick Rowe, meanwhile, discusses temporary versus permanent quantitative easing and liquidity and aggregate demand. There is much to chew on here, but the common theme across these posts is that monetary policy is not tapped out.

1 comment:

  1. Hi all,

    Here's an interesting one for you.

    An analysis of the current economic crisis we are all unfortunately facing but looked at from a slightly different perspective.

    This analysis looks at past banking crises and how they have effected various aspects of the economy.

    It is titled The Banking Crisis - Where are we now? (follow the link should you be interested) and has particularly interesting points about how the previous banking crises has effected assets including property prices.

    Hope you enjoy.