Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tuesday round up.

On Forbes, Charles Kadlec predicts price inflation.

Also at Forbes, Brian Domitrovic notes that 19th century tariffs were limited by consideration of diminishing returns.

From The Kudlow Report last week, David Goldman suggests the dollar is falling which means inflation:

At The Heartland Institute, Matt Warner interviews Judy Shelton on the dollar.

On TGSN, Kelly Hannon notes gold-backed currency’s role in restraining government debt.

At Alhambra Investments, Joe Calhoun wonders if the dollar has lost its safe haven status.

From the archive, USA Gold runs an interesting summary of supply-side guru Robert Mundell’s views.

McKinsey Quarterly explains that China exports less than some data suggest.

Courtesy of RCP, Chris Matthews is annoyed that Americans revere President Reagan most.

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