Sunday , September 22 2019

Potpourri

Summary:
I have a lot going on right now–good stuff!–so my blogging will be sparse. Here are some things to placate you: ==> My conversation with Karl Smith. It may lead you to think about fiscal stimulus in a new way. ==> Ep . 194 of Contra Krugman, in which we bust Krugman’s attempt to say progressives are policy wonks who follow the evidence. ==> Can’t remember if I already posted this, but my article at IER on a new working paper from Kotlikoff, Jeffrey Sachs, et al. shows Krugman is doubly wrong. They show (1) government debt can burden future generations and (2) a carbon tax, even a modest one, would hurt early generations on net. ==> We’re #1–twice in a row! (I.e. we’re #11.)

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I have a lot going on right now–good stuff!–so my blogging will be sparse. Here are some things to placate you:

==> My conversation with Karl Smith. It may lead you to think about fiscal stimulus in a new way.

==> Ep . 194 of Contra Krugman, in which we bust Krugman’s attempt to say progressives are policy wonks who follow the evidence.

==> Can’t remember if I already posted this, but my article at IER on a new working paper from Kotlikoff, Jeffrey Sachs, et al. shows Krugman is doubly wrong. They show (1) government debt can burden future generations and (2) a carbon tax, even a modest one, would hurt early generations on net.

==> We’re #1–twice in a row! (I.e. we’re #11.)

Robert Murphy
Christian, Austrian economist, and libertarian theorist. Research Prof at Texas Tech and author of *Choice*. Paul Krugman's worst nightmare.

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