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Depressing analogy

26 June 2012 By Edward Hadas

Economists point to the 1930s to justify current policy prescriptions. Their research may be enjoyable, but it is inconclusive and mostly irrelevant. The main exception is the danger of debt deflation. But that lesson has been learned – and probably too well.

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