Category Archives: economics

Investment research | The Eurocalypse Rant: The Consequences of Foolish Monetary Policy | Reggie Middleton Boom Bust Blog | Res

Very interesting post here by ‘Eurocalypse’ on Regggie Middleton’s blog:  Investment research | The Eurocalypse Rant: The Consequences of Foolish Monetary Policy | Reggie Middleton Boom Bust Blog | Res. All the evidence anyone needs is right here, and you’ve demonstrated as well that runs are quite possible, and the rational things for investors to […]

Robert Reich (Greece’s Choice — and Ours: Democracy or Finance?)

Robert Reich (Greece’s Choice — and Ours: Democracy or Finance?).

Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis: Spotlight China: Shipping Downturn; Hong Kong Recession; Credit Squeeze Prompts Suicides; HK Home Sales Fall Over 50%; Factory Closure Wave Looms

via Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis: Spotlight China: Shipping Downturn; Hong Kong Recession; Credit Squeeze Prompts Suicides; HK Home Sales Fall Over 50%; Factory Closure Wave Looms. China No Global Growth Savior Anyone expecting China to disconnect from a slowing global economy is not thinking clearly, nor are they looking at the increasingly grim facts. […]

There goes the neighbourhood | Steve Keen’s Debtwatch

Since deleveraging results in falling asset prices as well as rising unemployment, it is unlikely that even substantially lowering interest rates will encourage Australians back into debt once more. Australia’s apparently stellar economic performance over the last 2 decades, which was primarily driven by accelerating private debt, may soon drop back to the pack now […]

toxic (economics) textbooks

JISCMail – HETECON Archives. No discipline has ever experienced systemic failure on the scale that economics has today.  Its fall from grace has been two-dimensional.  One, economists oversaw, directly and through the prevalence of their ideas, the structuring of the global economy that has now collapsed.  Two, except for a few outcasts, economists failed to […]