Friday, May 14, 2010

Market think tanks and SSE.

From CATO, William Poole takes the contra supply-side view that benign neglect of the dollar has been a good thing.

AEI's Arnold Kling disputes supply-side contentions that growth can solve our budget problems.

Also at AEI, John H. Makin says exchange rates pegs are folly.

On the plus side, Nobel Laureate James Buchanan calls for the constitutionalization of money, from CATO.

1 comment:

  1. Over at Real Clear Markets, Louis Woodhill recently wrote an interesting commentary explaining why the rate of growth IS so important to the ability to service our expanding public debt. Of course, in addition to pro-growth tax policy some serious budgetary restraint on the part of the political class wouldn't hurt either.