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Herman Cain: 'My voice is needed' to counter Fed and its 'professor standard'

Economy | April 18, 2019

The prospective nominee promises to pursue a stable dollar if confirmed to a central bank board that he thinks is too dominated by academics.[FULL STORY]

General Economy

British diver who helped Thai cave boys is rescued himself

Reuters Video: World News | April 18, 2019

A British diver who disappeared while diving in a rural part of Tennessee was rescued on Wednesday (April 17). Edward Baran reports.[FULL STORY]

Global Spin

Hutchins Roundup: Early childhood health investments, knowledge diffusion, and more

Brookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | April 18, 2019

By Sage Belz, Louise SheinerStudies in this week’s Hutchins Roundup find that health interventions for at-risk infants have long-run benefits, less knowledge-sharing can...[FULL STORY]

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Asia

In Indonesia, Jokowi’s victory reveals shifting voting patterns

Brookings Topics - Asia and the Pacific | April 18, 2019

By Thomas PepinskyThe early estimates from Indonesia’s April 17 presidential, legislative, and regional elections have the incumbent, President Joko Widodo, defeating his opponent Prabowo Subianto by a margin of approximately 10 points. If this margin holds, it will amount to a decisive victory for Jokowi, who has now twice...[FULL STORY]

Mid East-Africa

After the caliphate: A global approach to defeating ISIS

Brookings Topics - Middle East and North Africa | April 16, 2019

The Islamic State took the world by surprise in 2014 when it conquered much of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate there. Today, the so-called caliphate...[FULL STORY]

Americas

Smoothing fracking’s boom/bust cycle

Brookings Topics - North America | July 29, 2016

Mark Muro, senior fellow and policy director of the Metropolitan Policy Program, discusses a plan to address the economic boom-bust cycle in states that rely heavily on “fracking” and how this...[FULL STORY]

Europe

What’s best for fiscal policy in the Western Balkans—rules or discretion?

Brookings Topics - Europe | April 17, 2019

By Edith Kikoni, Sanja Madzarevic-Sujster, Linda Van Gelder, Gallina A. VinceletteShould governments be free to set fiscal policy as they see fit, or should their decisions be constrained by numerical fiscal rules, like the...[FULL STORY]

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Larry Davidson

MMT: It's the Rave Now

Larry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | April 16, 2019

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). Really, it isn’t so modern. I can remember learning MMT at Georgia Tech from Bill Schaffer in the 1960s. It was a special case of the Keynesian Model. Without going through all the history of who John M. Keynes was,...[FULL STORY]

Mike Shedlock

Mish Moved Off Blogger to MishTalk.Com - For Email Alerts Please Sign Up Again on MishTalk!

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 20, 2016

I announced on February 22 Goodbye Blogger, Hello WordPress: Mish's GlobalEconomicAnalysis has Moved to MishTalk.Com. My needs outgrew blogger.The top reason is that...[FULL STORY]

Jerry Jasinowski

Government 101

Jerry Jasinowski | January 16, 2018

The Need For True Government Reform– by Jerry Jasinowski The spectacle of President Trump sitting at a table with maybe two[FULL STORY]

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