Fb2 Midnight Economist: Choices, Prices, and Public Policy ePub
by Milton Friedman,William Richard Allen
|Author:||Milton Friedman,William Richard Allen|
|Publisher:||Playboy Press; 1st edition (1981)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1574 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1633 kb|
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by William Richard Allen.
by William Richard Allen. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780872236998.
Allen isn't outraged (""The higher price allocates tickets to those who want them .
On other policy fronts, he simply takes the strict laissez-faire position-against business bailouts, for instance, and for free trade.
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Milton Friedman was a famous American economist who propagated the virtues of free market. The book, written in collaboration with his wife, Rose D. Friedman, established him as a great economist and successful policy maker
Milton Friedman was a famous American economist who propagated the virtues of free market. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and other facts related to his life. Friedman, established him as a great economist and successful policy maker. Then in 1963, he published ‘Monetary History of the United States’, written in collaboration with Anna J. Schwartz. Till now he was known only within the academic fraternity; but these books made him a well-known figure outside the closed group. Top. Friedman as Public Figure.
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Milton Friedman, a revered figure in right-of-centre circles, famously pinned the severity of the Great Depression on contractionary monetary policy. Scott Sumner, a professor of economics at Bentley University who identifies himself as a "neo-monetarist", has argued that Friedman would have supported monetary stimulus. And he has argued, on neo-Friedmanite grounds, that tight monetary policy both precipitated and exacerbated our recent recession. I happen to think Mr Sumner is correct, but his expansionary prescription remains anathema on the right
William Richard Allen, American economist. Midnight Economist: Choices, Prices, and Public Policy.
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This is a collection of some important papers by Milton Friedman. The work on monetary policy is excellent, but again more work has been done since these papers have been written, so be sure that you check sources and empirics before you use some of Dr Friedman's results in casual conversation or when running your country (for instance, his result that in some cases strong deflation might be the optimal monetary policy for.