Relentlessly Progressive Economics

In cahoots
Oct 15, 2009

Loonie out of control

Reigning in those paper markets, limiting how much money sloshes around and where it is allowed to slosh, would open the door to having exchange rates determined on more sensible, real factors.
In cahoots
Oct 5, 2009

Doughnut economics

It seems highly likely that Tim Hortons would have opted to reorganize as a Canadian corporation even had Canada simply kept its corporate tax rates at U.S. levels.
In cahoots
Jul 22, 2009

Deflation has landed

A negative inflation rate deflates the argument that central banks and governments should reign-in stimulus to avoid rising inflation.


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