2 thoughts on “Coronomics: the case against “Corona Keynesianism””

  1. Posted 22/03/2020 at 18:21 | Permalink

    Is there no inflation likely as the large injection of cash is not going to lead to increases in production and interruption of supply chains means that imports will be affected and supply shortages will occur ? THis could lead to double digit inflation and create problems for the Bank Of England who should increase interest rates .

    Or have got it wrong ?

  2. Posted 10/04/2020 at 13:10 | Permalink

    Mr Bourne,
    Seems to me you know the cost of everything abd the value of nothing. Clearly your economics education failed to cover opportunity cost involving public policies You are joining a select band of foul people who are friends of the virus and enemies of decent human values.

    David Murphy
    BSc. (Econ) Hons
    London School of Economics 1972-6
    when it actually focused on economics and not quantitative methods

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