6 thoughts on “Monetary policy a cause of depressions”

  1. Posted 19/10/2008 at 23:53 | Permalink

    monetary the psychological factor. In a way it controls the confidence of the public.

  2. Posted 19/10/2008 at 23:53 | Permalink

    monetary the psychological factor. In a way it controls the confidence of the public.

  3. Posted 21/10/2008 at 09:47 | Permalink

    If people are interested in Austrian Ecoomics and its relevance to the current downturn then I recommend this article on the Mises Inst.

    http://www.mises.org/story/3118

    Explore the site aswell as there is plenty of downloadable reading material (includings other books by Hayek where he clearly outlines his business cycle theory). Also, Murray Rothbard and Mises himself are very good.

  4. Posted 21/10/2008 at 09:47 | Permalink

    If people are interested in Austrian Ecoomics and its relevance to the current downturn then I recommend this article on the Mises Inst.

    http://www.mises.org/story/3118

    Explore the site aswell as there is plenty of downloadable reading material (includings other books by Hayek where he clearly outlines his business cycle theory). Also, Murray Rothbard and Mises himself are very good.

  5. Posted 22/10/2008 at 11:29 | Permalink

    I have tried to put the Austrian analysis of this in an UK perspective at http://liberalpolemic.blogspot.com/2008/10/how-labour-caused-economic-crisis.html.

    Comments would be welcome.

    As for mises.org, I downloaded Rothbard’s excellent America’s Great Depression and am about two thirds of the way through. It is eerily familiar!

  6. Posted 22/10/2008 at 11:29 | Permalink

    I have tried to put the Austrian analysis of this in an UK perspective at http://liberalpolemic.blogspot.com/2008/10/how-labour-caused-economic-crisis.html.

    Comments would be welcome.

    As for mises.org, I downloaded Rothbard’s excellent America’s Great Depression and am about two thirds of the way through. It is eerily familiar!

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