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By Guest Post On Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
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Central Banks, Fiat Money, and Barter – Paul-Martin Foss

TND Guest Contributor: Paul-Martin Foss  There have been many monetary cranks over the course of the centuries who have thought that creating more money would benefit society, and have sought to do so by creating...

By Guest Post On Monday, April 11th, 2016
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Sound Money and Fiscal Policy – Paul-Martin Foss

TND Guest Contributor: Paul-Martin Foss The week before last marked my first time attending the Austrian Economics Research Conference, an annual meeting of economists of the Austrian School hosted by the Ludwig...

By Guest Post On Friday, April 1st, 2016
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Dumb and Dumber: From Negative Interest Rates to Helicopter Money – Paul-Martin Foss

TND Guest Contributor:  Paul-Martin Foss  We’ve all run into someone who thinks that all it take to bring about prosperity is to give everyone a million dollars. If everyone is a millionaire, we’ll all be...

By Guest Post On Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
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Ben Bernanke Addresses Fed Policy Options In Brookings Institution Paper

TND Guest Contributor: Paul-Martin Foss | The financial media is abuzz with speculation about what the Fed will do next, and whether it will decide to hike the federal funds rate target at its April Federal Open...

By Guest Post On Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
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Hold Onto Your Hats, Price Controls May Be On The Way – Paul-Martin Foss

TND Guest Contributor:  Paul-Martin Foss | If you thought negative interest rates were as bad as it could get with central banks, you might be in for a surprise. Central banks have been so spectacularly unsuccessful...

By Guest Post On Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
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The European Central Bank Has Gone Full Retard – Paul-Martin Foss

TND Guest Contributor: Paul-Martin Foss Just when you thought central banks couldn’t get any nuttier, the European Central Bank (ECB) has gone and done it. One of the ECB’s new programs may actually pay banks...

By Guest Post On Thursday, March 10th, 2016
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Hacked Bangladesh Central Bank Account at New York Fed

TND Guest Contributor:  Paul-Martin Foss The New York Fed has denied that the accounts it holds for Bangladesh’s central bank were hacked. According to the New York Fed, it received payment instructions consistent...

By Guest Post On Monday, February 29th, 2016
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‘Incredibly Creepy’ Billboards to Track Behavior of Passers-By

Even Clear Channel Outdoor Americas’ own spokesman conceded to the New York Times that the company’s new service does “sound a bit creepy.” (Photo: Greg Knapp/flickr/Creative Commons) TND...

By Guest Post On Monday, February 15th, 2016
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The Future of Banking: The Dangers of Electronic Currency – Paul-Martin Foss

Image Credit: FamZoo Staff TND Guest Contributor:  Paul-Martin Foss | We live in a world in which more and more things happen electronically. It is now possible to buy all your clothes online, all your books, all...

By Guest Post On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Moral Hazard: The Federal Reserve And Financial Markets – Paul-Martin Foss

  TND Guest Contributor:  Paul-Martin Foss | One of the problems with central banks acting as a lender of last resort is that of moral hazard. With the cost of bailouts spread out across society and benefits...