Monday, November 7, 2011

Weekend edition: Lewis on gold's supply; Mundell on monetary reform; Mankiw on inequality.

From Forbes, Nathan Lewis explains gold’s supply wouldn’t determine money supply under a gold standard.

China Daily quotes Robert Mundell on international monetary reform, citing the weakness of the current dollar standard.

At NPR, Harvard Professor and Mitt Romney advisor Greg Mankiw discusses income inequality:

On Forbes, Reuven Brenner supports increased democracy in Europe.

At The American, James Pethokoukis suggests the President’s focus on income inequality is to distract attention from political failures.

On The Kudlow Report, a panel discusses Mitt Romney’s budget proposal:


From Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes opposes the proposal to have the Fed target nominal gross domestic product.

In Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett analyzes corporate tax reform.

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