19212Re: [LeftLibertarian2] more signal
- May 8, 2008On 5/1/08, quasibill <quasibill@...> wrote:
> Although I may be becoming a one trick pony by constantly postingThanks, quasibill. This is a good article, and Hudson's one of my
> articles found elsewhere:
> IMO, a very good description of what is going on in the economy today
> especially with respect to the federal reserve and banks. Although I'm
> still wary of trying to compare too much to Japan circa 1991 - the U.S.
> is a net debtor, whereas Japan was a net creditor when the printing
> presses were revved to full speed.
favorite CP writers anyway.
I'm in the process of revising Ch. 3 of my org theory manuscript to
incorporate a section on the role of the central banking system in
promoting large organizational size (especially through
"malinvestment" in excessively "roundabout" modes of production), so
this is the kind of thing I'm looking for.
Especially interesting was the observation that a low discount rate
doesn't necessarily translate into low interest rates for ordinary
people. It's a low interest rate for those standing closest to the
Fed's money spigot.
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