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Keynesian Confusion Is The Christmas 'Re-Gift' That Keeps On G...

It's probably magnified in modern times owing to a still sluggish economy, but this time every year disciples of John Maynard Keynes re-gift us with their annual confusion regarding consumption. One would think Keynes disciples would come up with ... Forbes.com, 1 week ago

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The Great Indian Bank Robbery

If I owe you a pound, I have a problem; but if I owe you a million, the problem is yours." -John Maynard Keynes The daring bank robberies of Bonnie and Clyde during 1931 to 1934 captured the American public imagination and glamorized the ...
 OpEdNews.com6 days ago A Study of John Maynard Keynes' Portfolio  Guru Focus1 week ago Who's Afraid of Maynard Keynes?  Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago Crowding in  Financial Standard1 month ago
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Evidence suggests Keynesianism boosts GDP in recessions, but good luck explaining why

NEW YORK Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman recently claimed that John Maynard Keynes — or the general idea of Keynesianism — is winning the battle of opinion in the public sphere. George Mason University economist and blogger Tyler Cowen ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago The Canny Case for Canning Keynes?  Bloomberg View3 weeks ago The End of Economics  Individual.com3 weeks ago Dueling economists  Futures3 weeks ago
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Stop Worrying About 'Currency Wars'

John Maynard Keynes memorably noted how often people who consider themselves practical are really "the slaves of some defunct economist." Outdated or misremembered economic history, it turns out, can also hold us in thrall. Some practical people ...
 Bloomberg View3 weeks ago Ponnuru: Stop worrying about currency wars  Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago Stop worrying about currency wars  American Enterprise Institute3 weeks ago
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The Economy Won't Move Becasue Managers Won't Move

This economy needs more "animal spirit." The great economist, John Maynard Keynes , coined this term to describe the willingness of business managers to expand aggressively and identified it as essential for economic growth. It is, he argued, what ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Keynes: Useful Economics for the World Economy, by Peter Temin and David Vines  Times Higher Education Supplement4 weeks ago John Maynard Keynes: The Economist the World Needs Now  BusinessWeek1 month ago John Maynard Keynes Is the Economist the World Needs Now  Global Advisors1 month ago
Investor's Business Daily

If We Must Reform Immigration, We Should Focus On Skilled Workers

Michael Barone 'When the facts change, I change my mind," economist John Maynard Keynes is supposed to have said when charged with inconsistency. "What do you do, sir?" As President Obama threatens to stretch his power to faithfully execute ...
 Investor's Business Daily1 month ago An Autopsy for the Keynesians  Cato Institute3 days ago Let's really reform immigration — to encourage high-skill immigrants  American Enterprise Institute1 month ago Let's Really Reform Immigration -- To Encourage High-Skill Immigrants  The Patriot Post1 month ago
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Australia Funeral Bonds Save for the Ultimate Rainy Day

John Maynard Keynes once said in the long run we are all dead. In Australia , there's an investment to match. Funeral bonds allow people to save for expenses including their own burial or cremation instead of pushing the cost on to family ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago Funeral Bonds Save for the Ultimate Rainy Day: Australia Credit  Washington Post1 month ago
Oil and Gas News Worldwide

Behavioural explanations make sense of oil's plunge

Continental Resources ... monetising its hedges The greatest minds in finance from economists John Maynard Keynes, Frank Knight and Hyman Minsky to successful investors Buffett and George Soros and top theorist Robert Shiller have all mixed ...
 Oil and Gas News Worldwide2 weeks ago RPT-COLUMN-Behavioural explanations make sense of oil's plunge: Kemp  Reuters UK3 weeks ago COLUMN-Behavioural explanations make sense of oil's plunge: Kemp  Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago UPDATE: Are falling oil prices naughty or nice?  TD Ameritrade1 week ago
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Why this Barbarous Relic Should NOT Be in Your Portfolio

The economist John Maynard Keynes once famously dismissed gold as a barbarous relic. Keynes was actually referring to the gold standard. But his inflammatory description reflected his heartfelt sentiment about gold. Nevertheless, gold has ...
 Town Hall1 month ago Why the Barbarous Relic Should NOT Be in Your Portfolio  Human Events Online1 month ago

Caution Urged For Those Seeking Gold Bargains -- Barron's Asia

Once dismissed as a "barbarous relic" by John Maynard Keynes, gold has been on the receiving end of some market barbarity in recent months. The gold price has fallen nearly 11 per cent from its March high of US$1,379 an ounce as expectations of ...
 Capital.gr1 month ago NEWCREST MINING : Caution Urged For Those Seeking Gold Bargains -- Barron's Asia  4 Traders1 month ago
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