Tag: Federal Reserve
End the Fed: The Economics of Liberty on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Grant A. Mincy‘s “End the Fed: The Economics of Liberty” read by Christopher B. King and edited by Nick Ford. Thanks to Carmen Segarra, however, we now have some keen insight to the inner operations of the Federal Reserve System. Segarra was recently employed at the New York Fed as a bank examiner, charged…
Inequality and the Federal Reserve: Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?
At The Washington Post, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ Jared Bernstein argues that “the Federal Reserve can reduce inequality,” that by “using its interest-rate tools to keep the cost of borrowing down and signaling to the investor community that it is committed to keeping rates low, it can help to trigger job-creating activity.”…
Chiudete la Fed: L’Economia della Libertà
La Federal Reserve ha l’incarico di mettere in pratica la politica monetaria americana. Considerato che dirige la più grande potenza economica mondiale, la Fed è ai vertici delle istituzioni di potere. Anche se guida la politica monetaria pubblica, la Fed è in gran parte privata. Dunque si muove in segreto, in assenza di controlli pubblici….
End the Fed: The Economics of Liberty
The Federal Reserve is responsible for implementing US monetary policy. As it directs the world’s largest economy, the Fed earns top rank among powerful institutions. Though the central bank guides state monetary policy, the Fed is largely a private institution. As such, bank operations move in secrecy, absent of oversight from the public arena. Thanks…
Yet Another Attack on Libertarianism by Lynn Stuart Parramore: Part Two
This is the second part of my two part series on Lynn Stuart Parramore’s recent article titled How Piketty’s Bombshell Book Blew Up Libertarian Fantasies. Let’s get started. She writes: By 1987, Ayn Rand acolyte Alan Greenspan had taken over as head of the Federal Reserve, and free market fever was unleashed upon America. Alan…
We Are All Agorists Now
Transfer of Power Arguably the most powerful person in the United States (even rivaling the POTUS), Ben S. Bernanke, has left the Federal Reserve. Since 2006 he has sought to make the economy his marionette. Fed policies, under his direction, worked to manage a collapsed housing market, busted mortgage industry and the 2008 global financial crisis –…
A Administração do Inadministrável
“A intervenção hegemônica,” escreveu Murray Rothbard, “substitui a ordem pelo … caos.”
Managing the Unmanageable
David D’Amato on Federal Reserve financial hegemony.
The Anatomy of Escape
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
Free Markets & Capitalism?
Organization Theory
Conscience of an Anarchist