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Michael Knox on Quantitative Easing as a long-term strategy

Australia’s money supply has surged over the year as the RBA has undertaken Quantitative Easing (QE), electronically printing new money to buy Australian and state government bonds and to lend to the banks (see the chart of M3, a measure … Continue reading

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On the record high Gold price in Aug 2020 – podcast discussion with Darren Brady Nelson

In my latest podcast episode on Gold, I discuss the record high gold price of over 2,000 USD/oz. seen in August 2020 with Darren Brady Nelson, Chief Economist of LibertyWorks and a policy advisor at the Heartland Institute.  Note that … Continue reading

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The Deficit Myth and Modern Monetary Theory – latest podcast episode

I’ve recorded some thoughts on Stephanie Kelton’s best-selling book The Deficit Myth which is popularising so-called Modern Monetary Theory: The Deficit Myth and Modern Monetary Theory – initial views In my recorded conversation with my Adept Economics colleague Ben Scott, … Continue reading

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Paying for the coronavirus rescue measures – Economics Explained EP31 with Joe Branigan

I recorded another Economics Explained podcast episode on coronavirus with my good friend and former Treasury colleague Joe Branigan last night, this time exploring how governments will finance the rescue packages and make up for lost revenue. Here’s a link … Continue reading

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