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A few months ago, I linked to a working paper by myself and another GMU PhD student, Paul Mueller. The paper was well-received and judging by the number of downloads on SSRN, is a topic of interest to many people. This recept...
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New working paper...comments encouraged!
Dear Readers, Let me start off by sincerely apologizing for my abrupt and now lengthy absence from the blogosphere. Although I have been absent from blogging, my interest in the endogenous money hypothesis and Modern Monet...
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  • George Mason University
    PhD in Economics, 2012 - present
  • George Washington University
    Master of Public Administration, 2009 - 2012
  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Finance and Economics, 2003 - 2007
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    Operations Analyst, 2009 - 2012
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Chief Source of Our Economic Woes « heteconomist.com
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I've been doing some reading and it seems that the source of our present economic woes can be narrowed down to one or more of the follow

The European Sovereign Debt Crisis, the US Savings and Loan Crisis and R...
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This is me thinking out loud about how regulatory forbearance in the S&L crisis mirrors today's policy path.

EconoSpeak: Debt, Income and Aggregate Demand: Scoring Krugman vs Keen
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Not having learned from my earlier foray into MMT-land, I'm at it again, sucked into a debate between Paul Krugman and Steve Keen over h

The Bounds on what we are Likely to Learn from Models with Boundedly Rat...
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Economic and financial commentary on news, politics, and economics

oftwominds-Charles Hugh Smith: Has Derivatives Deleveraging Fueled the S...
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A mad scramble to avoid insolvency as Greek default becomes likely may be driving the rally in equities. Deleveraging typically means sellin

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: "Eurozone Slides Back Into Recess...
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Mish's financial blog covers global news and macroeconomic events regarding the world economy. The blog's primary focus is inflation, deflat

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Wall Street Pimps and Whores Stor...
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Mish's financial blog covers global news and macroeconomic events regarding the world economy. The blog's primary focus is inflation, deflat

Unusual Drawdown Risk - Hussman Funds - February 21, 2012
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Explore an exclusive database of accounts from high- and ultra-high net worth investors.

Quarterly Review and Outlook, Fourth Quarter 2011 - Hoisington Investmen...
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Explore an exclusive database of accounts from high- and ultra-high net worth investors.

MORE FROM RAY DALIO | PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
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These documents have been floating around the blogosphere, but I figured I should post them nonetheless since many likely haven't seen them.

Basics of Banking: How it Works
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Nothing like you were taught in school.

TheMoneyIllusion » Ryan Avent on the zero multiplier hypothesis
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The assumption that the fiscal multiplier is zero was once regarded as part of the standard new Keynesian model. But ever since interest rat

TheMoneyIllusion » Saving isn’t “setting money aside,” it’s BUILDING ...
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People, I beg you to just stop. All the textbooks say S=I, so I thought people accepted this. I guess they don't. Let's start with s

EconomistMom.com » Blog Archive » Why Limiting Itemized Deductions (S...
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It's a proposal that has come up over and over again in President Obama's budget, and one that I hope will come up yet again. In my

EconomistMom.com » Blog Archive » New CRS Report Says Base Broadening...
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The CRS report emphasizes that although the 200+ tax expenditures under the federal income tax (individual and corporate) are worth over $1

Chris Whalen has serious questions about the Fed's stress tests | Credit...
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I love Chris Whalen's bank industry analysis. I featured his CNBC commentary yesterday. Today is his commentary from last night's Capital Ac

A simple theory of why so many smart young people go into finance, law, ...
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The age structure of achievement is being ratcheted upward, due to specialization and the growth of knowledge.  Mathematicians used to prove

Don't Mess With The Keynesians | ZeroHedge
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The compare and contrast discussions of Keynes and Hayek have wended their way over the last few years from learned academic texts to YouTub

WARREN BUFFETT: WHY GOLD IS A LOSING LONG-TERM BET…. | PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
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Warren Buffett is out with a very good piece in Fortune that describes why he believes gold could be a bubble.  This is a controversial call

“Memento”, the Meltdown and the Mainstream » TripleCrisis
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Gerald Epstein. In “Up to Speed, but Still Lagging Behind” Matias Vernengo presents an important critique of Gary Gorton's and Andrew Me