Monthly Archives: February 2014

Steve Williamson and the sign of the effect of interest rates on inflation

This is prompted by the latest post by Steve Williamson, where he reiterates a view he’s expressed a few times, that the Fed’s [and other central banks’] efforts to keep interest rates pinned at the zero bound, in an effort … Continue reading

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The lucky car-crash of UK fiscal policy

A link to my post on the Guardian blog site, which is a compact version of my rant about fiscal policy a few posts ago.

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