Category Archives: Deflation

Bernanke doesn’t fear deflation — but should | MarketWatch

He earned his chops as an economist by studying the disastrous deflation of the 1930s, he gained some notice by giving advice (mostly ignored) to the Japanese about how to avoid it, and he delivered a memorable speech in 2002 … Continue reading

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What Makes Deflation Likely Today? | Deflation.com

The article, excerpted from Conquer the Crash, was originally published in March 2002. Following the Great Depression, the Fed and the U.S. government embarked on a program, sometimes consciously and sometimes not, both of increasing the creation of new money … Continue reading

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