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“If I want to sell you something, we speak English. If you want to sell me something, dann sprechen wir Deutsch.” — Willy Brandt, German Chancellor Johnson: What is a foreign language worth? — Mar 11th 2014, 17:11 by R.L.G. | BERLIN … Continue reading
February 17, 2013 With Stock Prices Soaring, Investors Fear Another Crash By BRETT ARENDS While the economy certainly seems to be recovering, much of this has already been reflected in higher stock prices. And while U.S. stocks may appear inexpensive … Continue reading
A: Monopolies are unjust! B: Why? A: Monopolies charge unfair prices! B: What do you mean? A: Monopolistic pricing is more than a natural, just market would bear. B: How do you know what a just price is? A: It’s … Continue reading
“[T]he end of the Depression—which is the usual, indeed perhaps the sole, motivating example for the [Keynesian] view that a one-time fiscal stimulus can produce sustained recovery, does not actually appear to fit the story line too well”. Follow this … Continue reading