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US Facing Mounting Debt Amid Global Pandemic – ABC

Good interview with Professor Barry Eichengreen of UC Berkeley, a good friend of GMM, and odds on favorite to be a Nobel laureate one day.   We agree with him that now is not the time to worry about the public … Continue reading

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Weekend Lecture: Hall of Mirrors – LSE

Speaker: Professor Barry Eichengreen Recorded on 21 January 2015 in Old Theatre, Old Building. Popular understanding of the Great Depression shaped the response to the Great Recession. The experience of the Great Recession will change our understanding of the Great … Continue reading

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Hall of Mirrors – FT

The FT’s John Authers talks to Barry Eichengreen of the University of California at Berkeley about his new book on the differences between the Great Recession and the Great Depression, and the uses and abuses of history. Click here for … Continue reading

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Time for the IMF and G20 to save Europe?

Provocative FT piece by Barry Eichengreen & Co.  on why the IMF and G20 need to step up and help Europe save the Euro.    The article notes Europe is in a destabilizing feedback loop, The eurozone is caught in a … Continue reading

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