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Where Keynes went wrong, and why world governments keep creating inflation, bubbles, and busts, Hunter Lewis

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Where Keynes went wrong, and why world governments keep creating inflation, bubbles, and busts, Hunter Lewis
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-372) and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Where Keynes went wrong
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
318421451
Responsibility statement
Hunter Lewis
Sub title
and why world governments keep creating inflation, bubbles, and busts
Table Of Contents
Commonsense economics -- Drive interest rates down -- Spend more, save less, and grow wealthy -- The immoralist (a digression) -- What to do about Wall Street? -- Look to the state for economic leadership -- In an economic crisis, print, lend, borrow, and spend -- "Rive down interest rates" (and reap a whirlwind of inflation, bubbles, and busts) -- Spend more, save less, and grow poorer -- What (not) to do about Wall Street -- (do not) look to the state for economic leadership -- Government for sale (a digression) -- In an economic crisis, printing, lending, borrowing, and spending just sow the seeds of the next crisis -- Markets do not self-correct -- Yes, no, and again yes to economic globalization -- How Keynesian was Keynes? -- Keynes the speaker -- Keynes the writer -- Upside-down economics : what Keynes would like you to believe -- What is really wrong here : the central paradox of Keynesianism -- Saying goodbye to Keynes
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