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CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 3:11am EDT
putting the economy on a sugar high. they also argue china's modern rise was a function of an easy central bank in china once again printing and creating easy credit. my point in the book is this is an example of the austrians embracing the keynesianism they despise, that they run away from. they correctly make the point when they talk to keynesians, another way to stimulate the economy's for government to spend with abandon and austrians make the point governments can only spend and so far as they extract the resources from the private sector first, negatives are instantaneous when governments presume to spend because politicians, this is true of republicans or democrats, allocate resources in disciplined fashion, the spending is immediate in terms of negativity for growth. my response is how our central banks different, why is it governments can't allocate as politicians can't allocate resources, why do we believe central banks can. when central banks seek to influence credit markets and seek to direct credit in specific locales or countries they instantaneously injure the econom
CSPAN
Apr 19, 2017 8:54pm EDT
basically putting the economy on a sugar high. they also argue that china's modern rise was a function of an easy central bank in china. creating easy credit. my point in the book, this is an example of the austrians embracing the very tense in his and that they despise. that they run away from. the austrians correctly make the point when he talked to -- there was to be another way to sting like the economy is to spend. austrians make the correct point that governments can only spend as far as they extract a real resource from the private sector first. the negatives for the economy are instantaneous when governments presume to spend because politicians, with republicans or democrats can't do this in a disciplined fashion so spending is immediate for growth. my response is how our central banks different? why is it that governments can't allocate and politicians can allocate resources?why do we believe that central banks can? when central banks seek to influence credit markets and seek to direct credit to specific locales or countries, they instantaneously enter the economy because once
CSPAN
Feb 19, 2017 12:00am EST
high.co they also argue that china'sguen modern rise was from the central bank in china creating easy credit. my point in in the book is this an example of the austrians embracing the tans in his home that they despise and run away from. they correctly make the point where they said another way to stimulate the economy is for governments to spend -- i governments can only spend as much as they the negatives for the economy are instantaneous when governments presume to spend because politicians, this is true they can allocate precious resources. it's immediate in terms of its negativity for growth.ponse is my responses how are central banks different. why are governments can allocatl resources. why do we think central banks can when central bank seeks to direct credit to specific locales or countries they instantaneously enter the economy because once again resources are being allocated and noneconomic fashion. there's not even a near-term boom from central bank, as a rule when the acts there's there's less resources for the private sector to allocate in terms of access credit there's
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)