Aug 26, 10 •
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Economic History, Government, Macroeconomic Measurement, Money and Monetary Policy •
Elaine Schwartz •
If this were 1930 or 1931, you would think you were experiencing a cyclical downturn–not a Great Depression. In an econtalk interview, Stanford’s David Kennedy begins this way, placing the listener in a contemporary context. Instead of looking
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