SAO PAULO | By Marcus Nunes | Friedman was right to claim how easy it would have been to avoid the depression, given how easy it was to turn the economy around. Today, on the other hand, we are content with remaining ‘depressed’.
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SAO PAULO | By Marcus Nunes | Despite all the Quantitative Easing charges, there’s simply ‘no inflation to be seen since the ‘recovery’ took-off four years ago.
SAO PAULO | By Marcus Nunes | “The past few days have made it overwhelmingly clear that the Fed is steering this recovery. That should be comforting; all it has to do is steer things in a more expansionary direction! But it isn’t.”
SAO PAULO | By Marcus Nunes | This “resumption of growth” view has spread like ‘bush fire’. But why?
By Joao Marcus Marinho Nunes | Blog | In the Krugman versus the austerians, everybody bashes everyone because their respective agendas are diametrically opposed.